This is a list of the Dear America girls and their time era.
Remembrance Patient Whipple, 1620 Edit
Remembrance Patient Whipple is a 12-year-old girl who is traveling with her family to a new place.
Deliverance Trembley, 1691 Edit
Deliverance Trembley is a girl growing up during the Salem Witch Trials.
Lozette Moreau, 1763 Edit
Lozette Moreau is a French slave who is growing up in 1763.
Catharine Carey Logan, 1763 Edit
Catharine Carey Logan is a captive growing up in 1763.
Prudence Emerson, 1774 Edit
Prudence Emerson is a Tory girl growing up during the year 1774
Abigail Jane Stewart, 1777 Edit
Abigail Jane Stewart is a 11-year-old girl who is growing up during the American Revolution.
Lucinda Lawrence, 1836 Edit
Lucinda Lawrence is growing up during the Battle of the Alamo in 1836.
Maria Rosalia de Milagros, 1846 Edit
Maria Rosalia de Milagros is a Spanish girl growing up in 1846.
Mary Driscoll, 1847 Edit
Mary Driscoll is a Irish girl who is traveling far away from home in 1847.
Hattie Campbell, 1847 Edit
Hattie Campbell is a thirteen-year-old girl who is traveling on the prairie on the Oregon Trail with her family.
Florrie Mack Ryder, 1848 Edit
Florrie Mack Ryder is a girl traveling on the Santa Fe Trail in 1848.
Susanna Fairchild, 1849 Edit
Susanna Fairchild is a girl growing up during the Gold Rush in 1849.
Clotee, 1859 Edit
Clotee is a 12-year-old slave who is growing up on a plantation.
Amelia Martin, 1861 Edit
Amelia Martin is a girl growing up during the beginning of the Civil War in 1861.
Emma Simpson, 1864 Edit
Emma Simpson is a 14-year-old girl growing up during the Civil War in 1864.
Sarah Nita, 1864 Edit
Sara Nita is a Navajo girl growing up in 1864.
Patsy, 1865 Edit
Patsy is a 12-year-old girl who is growing up as a free slave in 1865. She limps one leg due to a birth defect.
Libby West, 1868 Edit
Libby West is a girl who is growing up in 1868 on Utah Territory.
Mary Ann Elizabeth Rodgers, 1873 Edit
Mary Ann Elizabeth Rodgers is a English girl growing up in 1873.
Nannie Little Rose, 1880 Edit
Nannie Little Rose is a 12-year-old Sioux girl who is getting used to being a regular American in 1880.
Sarah Jane Price, 1881 Edit
Sarah Jane Price is a girl who is a prairie teacher growing up in 1881.
Teresa Angelino Viscardi, 1883 Edit
Teresa Angelino Viscardi is a girl who is traveling from New York to Idaho Territory in 1883
Anetka Kaminska, 1896 Edit
Anetka Kaminska is a 13-year-old Polish girl who was requested by her father to become a bride which she doesn't want.
Zipporah Feldman, 1903 Edit
Ziopporah Feldman is a 12-year-old Russian Jewish Immigrant who has just moved to America with her family.
Angela Denoto, 1909 Edit
Angela Denoto is a shirt-waist worker growing up in New York City in 1909.
Margaret Ann Brady, 1912 Edit
Margaret Ann Brady is a 13-year-old girl who is traveling the RMS Titanic in 1912.
Kathleen Bowen, 1917 Edit
Kathleen Bowen is a girl who is a Suffragette in Washington DC in 1917.
Simone Spencer, 1917 Edit
Simone Spencer is a girl who is growing up during World War I.
Nellie Lee Love, 1919 Edit
Nellie Lee Love is an 11-year-old African American girl who is moving to Chicago, Illinois while dealing with racism about her skin color.
Bess Brennan, 1932 Edit
Bess Brennan is a girl growing up in 1932
Minnie Swift, 1932 Edit
Minnie Swift is a girl growing up during the Great Depression while celebrating Christmas while her family is poor.
Grace Edwards, 1935 Edit
Grace Edwards is a girl growing up during the Dust Bowl of 1935.
Julie Weiss, 1938 Edit
Julie Weiss is a girl moving from Vienna, Austria to New York during the Great Depression.
Amber Billows, 1941 Edit
Amber Billows is a girl growing up who recounts the Pearl Harbor Bombing of 1941.
Madeline Beck, 1941 Edit
Madeline Beck is a girl growing up during World War II.
Molly MacKenzie Flaherty, 1968 Edit
Molly MacKenzie Flaherty is a girl growing up during 1968 whose older brother has gone to fight in the Vietnam War and is dealing with the war.