sourdough ginnie
Sourdough Ginnie

Sourdough Ginnie, a fictitious character created in the spirit of the writings of Mark Twain, was the daughter of a 49er gold miner during the California Gold Rush in the 19th Century.

Ginnie is a short and sweet girl’s name of Latin and English origin. Derived from the popular girl’s name Virginia, Ginnie is also a respelling of the diminutive and nickname Ginny. Meaning maiden,” this name exudes purity, innocence, and a sincerity that is hard to deny.

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