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Connecticut Author Martha Hall Kelly on Her New Book "Sunflower Sisters"

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Connecticut resident Martha Hall Kelly is back with a new book, Sunflower Sisters. This hour, she joins us to talk about the third and final installment following Caroline Ferriday’s family. This book centers on three women during the Civil War; Georgeanna Woolsey, Jemma and Anne-May. 

 

Later, we’ll hear from a member of Connecticut Landmarks to talk about some of the important historical sites around our state. And we want to hear from you. Have you read Sunflower Sisters yet? What questions do you have for Martha?

 

Learn more about Martha Hall Kelly's event with Conncecticut Landmarks here.

 

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