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Strange stories of colonial days
|Statement||by Francis Sterne Palmer, G. T. Ferris, Hezekiah Butterworth, Francis S. Drake, Rowan Stevens, and others.|
|Contributions||Palmer, Francis Sterne.|
|LC Classifications||PZ5 .S896|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||222|
|LC Control Number||07017360|
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CONTENTS. CHAPTER I—COLONIAL WOMAN AND RELIGION. The Spirit of Woman—The Suffering of Women—The Era of Adventure—Privation and Death in the First Colonial Days—Descriptions by Prince, Bradford, Johnson, etc.—Early Concord. Woman and Her Religion—Its Unyielding Quality—Its Repressive Effect on Woman—Wigglesworth's Day of Doom—What It Taught Woman—Necessity of . The stories range in time from the early Colonial days of the mids to the early s, sketching out the evolution of the close-knit community of what became Fullertown, Massachusetts. The opener, “Wolf Rock,” tells of the first recorded settler of the area, John Tomson, and his perilous trip through a wild : Harry H. Brown.
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Ferris, Hezekiah Butterworth, Francis S. Drake, Rowan Stevens and others These pictures of Colonial life and adventure make up a panorama which extends from Powhatan and John Smith, in the days of the Jamestown colony, to Pontiac's attempt upon Detroit in the period which preceded the ry: BOOKS_AND_REFERENCE.
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It's been carbon-dated back to the s and includes illustrations of plants that don't.Many believe the era in American history known as “Colonial America” started with the first European settlement of Jamestown, Virginia in Contrary to popular belief, there were several settlements on the North American lands before the settlement of Jamestown.
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