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What Did Genuine Friendship Look like in the 19th Century?

Two friends face obstacles to show what they can withstand together

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Betsy and Catherine: An Uncommon Friendship by Helen Gailey
Betsy and Catherine: An Uncommon Friendship by Helen Gailey

The 19th century was an era of class consciousness. People were divided according to their social class—that is, the upper crust, the commoners, and the servants. This general rule became a challenge for relationships. But this was not necessarily the case for everyone. In Helen Gailey’s book, Betsy and Catherine,” she pens an unusual yet heartwarming story of friendship.
In the 1800s, people were forbidden from mingling with those who do not belong to the same social class as they do. However, Betsy and Catherine broke this rule and proved that nothing can come in between true friendship. Unfortunately, serious consequences of their decisions led them to being exiled to the Australian colonies. How will they survive this hurdle in their friendship?
Author Helen Gailey has written an inspiring historical drama about an extremely rare relationship in the 19th century. Be inspired to build lasting relationships with “Betsy and Catherine.”
Betsy and Catherine
An Uncommon Friendship
Written by Helen Gailey
Kindle | $3.99
NOOK Book | $3.99
Paperback | $20.99
Hardcover | $31.99
Book copies are available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other online book retailers.
About the Author
Helen Gailey was born and raised in Victoria, Australia. She attended Ballarat Clarendon College and graduated from the University of Ballarat with a degree in professional writing and editing. She has always been fond of English history and literature. Prior to her novel, the author has written several short stories.


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 Helen Gailey
 An Uncommon Friendship
 Betsy And Catherine
 19th Century Friendship
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