The Scottish Gregor family story collection
|Format:||Print Book 2015|
|Availability:||Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy|
An eclectic collection of historical fiction that consists of three short stories and a novelette. The collection traces lines of the Gregor (MacGregor) family of Scotland to present. The indomitable Gregors encounter historic places and events after sailing from the port of Glasgow Scotland to Wilmington, NC, in 1773 and migrating westward to the Catawba Valley vineyards, the mighty Mississippi, Little Rock, and then to New York and The Baseball Hall of Fame.
ContentsA new life in a new land (1767-1832)
Mississippi mud (1833-1876)
Gathering the crumbs (1929-1946)
The secret of the red pine box (1912-1995).
Scots -- United States -- Fiction.
Scottish Americans -- Fiction.
|Publisher|| North Charleston, SC :2015
|Other Titles|| Short stories.
Gregor family stories
Three short stories and a novelette.
"These stories are historical fiction with invented characters; however historical figures and events, and general locations, are real"--Page 10.
60 pages ; 25 cm