Thee, Patience by Parker, Lois M

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Every person in this story really lived and did what is described. Providence was first settled by the Arnolds, who got along well with the Indians. After they had raised one crop, the Scots, Hutchinsons, and Dyers came, with others who were persecuted by the Puritan Church of Massachusetts Bay Colony because they did not agree that only those who belonged to that church should have citizens' privileges.

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Every person in this story really lived and did what is described. Providence was first settled by the Arnolds, who got along well with the Indians. After they had raised one crop, the Scots, Hutchinsons, and Dyers came, with others who were persecuted by the Puritan Church of Massachusetts Bay Colony because they did not agree that only those who belonged to that church should have citizens' privileges. The Scot children of the story were born at Providence. Patience was 11 years old at the time of the story, which takes place between April and November of 1659.

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Author Parker, Lois M
Publisher Review & Herald Publishing Association
Pages 124
Edition 1st
Binding Paper Back
Condition B
Dustjacket No
Table of Contents

1 THE GIRL
2 THE ISLAND
3 THE NEIGHBOR
4 THE FARM
5 THE MESSAGE
6 THE JOURNEY
7 TO BOSTON
8 CAPTURED
9 NEW WITNESS
10 TRIAL
11 COUSIN EDWARD
12 HOME AGAIN
13 BAD NEWS
14 THE GIFT

Copyright 1974
Year Printed 1974

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