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I am looking for a book I read as a teen and young adult in the late 1960s and early 1970s. I recall finding it at my local library and I believe the author’s last name began with the letter A. The story was historical fiction and the main character was a seamstress in Philadelphia during the revolutionary war. She was a member of the Quaker religion and her fiancé fought with George Washington. She worked in the home of Peggy Shippen’s family and was able to overhear some of the plans made by Benedict Arnold and his wife.