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Annie Quinn in America

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Annie Quinn knows that a new life in America is her only chance. In 1847, the only sure way to survive the potato famine is to leave Ireland. With her younger brother Thomas, twelve-year-old Annie must leave her mother and home behind. She'll join her big sister Bridget, a maid in a New York mansion. At least Annie has her father's fiddle to play. But Annie's fiddle is stolen by smooth-talker Finnbarr O'Halloran as soon as she steps foot in New York. And Bridget likes being a lady's maid, but Annie's stuck polishing gleaming table-tops and washing perfectly clean steps under the housekeeper's eagle eye. She has it better off than Thomas, who sleeps in a cellar and works as a stable boy under the greedy Mr. Belzer. Then Bridget goes to Ohio, Thomas runs away, and Annie is fired! And Annie's adventures are only beginning...
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Grouping Title annie quinn in america
Grouping Author schneider mical
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subject_facet Brothers and sisters -- Fiction, Emigration and immigration -- Fiction, Famines -- Ireland -- Fiction, Ireland -- Emigration and immigration -- Fiction, Ireland -- History -- Famine, 1845-1852 -- Fiction, Irish Americans -- Fiction, Survival -- Fiction
title_display Annie Quinn in America
title_full Annie Quinn in America / by Mical Schneider
title_short Annie Quinn in America
topic_facet Brothers and sisters, Emigration and immigration, Famines, History, Irish Americans, Survival