An engaging collection of stories for the younger child, introducing him to activities and occupations of boys and girls in the colonial era. Focuses ...Show synopsisAn engaging collection of stories for the younger child, introducing him to activities and occupations of boys and girls in the colonial era. Focuses on children who responded with courage and resourcefulness when faced with unexpected circumstances and whose efforts played a key role in the safeguarding of their families and their communities. Famous personages of the time, including Benjamin Franklin and George Washington, figure in several of the stories. Dozens of detailed black and white illustrations complement the text. Suitable for ages 7 and up.Hide synopsis
Description:Illustrated. Very Good in Good jacket. 6 x 7.5 hard cover book....Illustrated. Very Good in Good jacket. 6 x 7.5 hard cover book. Black lettering on the white dust jacket spine with a color illustrated cover. Mrs. Bailey has here given us a group of stirring tales that show the courage and determination of the Colonists and their staunch and loyal children; that deftly recreate the costumes, customs and thoughts of the time when the struggling Colonies were fighting for independence. 160 pages. Dust jacket edgewear and soil-now in mylar. Owner's whited out name and browned page ends. Tight binding. Very GoodGood condition.
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