Eliza Julia Flower: Letters of an English Gentlewoman : Life on the Illinois-Indiana Frontier, 1817-1861
Ball State University, 1991 - Albion (Ill.) - 173 pages
Eliza Julia Andrews was born in 1792. Her father was Mordecai Andrews. She married George Flower (1786-1862), son of Richard Flower (1761-1829). They had fourteen children.
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