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Nina Sankovitch
Reader, Writer, Historian. Interested in rebellion and where it leads.
Note from the editor

I read a book a day for one year and wrote about it in Tolstoy and the Purple Chair: My Year of Magical Reading. I discovered a trunk of one hundred year old letters in my backyard and went on an adventure of letter reading, captured in my book Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Celebrating the Joys of Letter Writing. When I found out that the Lowells of Massachusetts made it a habit to burn family letters, I went on a treasure hunt to find their saved letters, their diaries, their history — and wrote The Lowells of Massachusetts: An American Family, a family saga covering three hundred years of Lowells, from their start in the Massachusetts Bay Colony in the 1600s, through their revolutionary exploits in the 1700s, the flourishing of their Boston Brahmindynasty in the 1800s, and the new frontiers they braved in the opening decades of the 1900s. Find out more about my books at my website, http://www.ninasankovitch.com.

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