By Fern Brown, Marie DeJohn
In this interesting biography of Juliette Gordon Low, who enjoyed to be referred to as Daisy, readers will find out about her Civil struggle early life, her nearly whole listening to loss, and her unsatisfied married lifestyles. most significantly, they are going to know about the feel of objective that drove Juliette Low to came across the lady Scouts of the USA of America—an association that helped holiday down cultural regulations put on younger women residing within the early 1900s.
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The family dressed in black, and everyone talked in hushed tones. It was with great sorrow in her heart that Daisy went back to school a few months later. Spring and summer went by, and still Mrs. Gordon grieved. When school was over, she kept her children cooped up in the house until her husband decided that it was unfair to them. In September, he sent them off to visit friends and relatives. They were allowed to take off their mourning crepe—the bands of black material worn around their arms—but had to continue to dress in black.
Gordon sat day and night at her sick child’s bedside. On December 10, Daisy wrote her father that Alice was much better and that the rash had left her face. But soon Alice took a turn for the worse. The doctors didn’t know how to help her, and she died on December 30, 1880. Dear, gentle Alice gone! Daisy and Nelly comforted each other as best they could. Mrs. Gordon, in terrible pain, blamed herself for making Alice go to New York. If she hadn’t insisted, her daughter would never have gotten sick, she said over and over.
He had been born rich, and he had never worked or supported himself. He depended on his father for everything. Mr. Gordon had always warned his daughters against marrying a man who didn’t work for his living. When Daisy returned from Europe, she shuttled back and forth between friends and relatives along the East Coast. There were rounds of parties and good times. She came home to Savannah briefly and then restlessly would begin traveling again. All her trips were made with an escort and her parents’ approval.
Daisy and the Girl Scouts. The Story of Juliette Gordon Low by Fern Brown, Marie DeJohn