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Alexander the Servant Boy Who Became a Colonial Virginia Frontiersman

by:
Charles Stinson (Author)

ISBN: 0-7414-4362-7 ©2007
Price: $19.95
Book Size: 5.5'' x 8.5'' , 385 pages
Category/Subject: FICTION / Historical

Colonial Williamsburg, the American Revolution, and frontier Virginia provide the backdrop to an orphaned boy’s saga of love, loss, and adventure in a time and place that made America great.

Abstract:
Orphaned during his ill-fated voyage from the British Isles, Alexander Stinson arrived in Yorktown, Virginia to face his destiny alone. In accordance with colonial law, he was indentured to a tradesman in nearby Williamsburg, and for ten long years yearned for the day when he would be free to have a home and family. A homestead in the wilderness among the Indians of the Virginia Piedmont provided the opportunity for his dream to come true. His story provides valuable insight into the daily lives of Virginia’s courageous settlers.

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