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The Lee Girls, by Mary P. Coulling. Raised in aristocratic luxury, Confederate leader Robert E. Lee's four daughters - Mary, Anne, Eleanor and Mildred - were forced to adjust to privation caused by the Civil War. This gentle book tells the story of their struggle to maintain their gracious lifestyle. It is at once a sunny and poignant tale, for the childhood days at Arlington were idyllic, but when Lee rode off to war they ended abruptly and never were recaptured. (242 pages, 9 x 6, Paperback)