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Ruth Erskine's Crosses

Isabella Alden (1841-1930)

1. 01 – Her Cross Seems Heavy
2. 02 – Side Issues
3. 03 – A Cross of Lead
4. 04 – Bitter Herbs
5. 05 – Seeking Help
6. 06 – From Different Standpoints
7. 07 – One Drop of Oil
8. 08 – Finding One’s Calling
9. 09 – A Society Cross
10. 10 – Other People’s Crosses
11. 11 – A Newly-Shaped Cross
12. 12 – The Cross of Helplessness
13. 13 – Looking for an Easy Yoke
14. 14 – ‘Through a Glass Darkly’
15. 15 – Rests
16. 16 – Shadowed Joys
17. 17 – Duty’s Burden
18. 18 – Embarrassment and Merriment
19. 19 – My Daughters
20. 20 – A Sister Needed
21. 21 – Trying Questions
22. 22 – ‘That Which Satisfieth Not’
23. 23 – Wherefore?
24. 24 – ‘Hearken Unto Me’
25. 25 – ‘Bitter-Sweet’
26. 26 – ‘These Be Thy Gods’
27. 27 – The Baptism of Suffering
28. 28 – ‘The Oil of Joy’

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Summary

Third book in the Chautauqua Girls series. Written by Isabella Alden under the pseudonym “Pansy.” Ruth’s father brings home a wife and daughter, after 18 years, that Ruth had never known about. Suddenly she is no longer the queen of her home. And what’s worse, the new mother and sister are rude and antagonistic. How will Ruth bear this cross?