A Blended Family
Amanda Sterling was born on the western edge of the Ohio River in the early 1830s. Her small township of Pease, Ohio, lay across the river from the industrial city of Wheeling, Virginia, and her early life reflected the fluidity of this watery boundary between two states. By her late teens, she had worked as a hired girl in homes from Bridgeport and Martins Ferry, Ohio, to Wheeling....
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