By Lynda G. Adamson
This ebook will fill a spot within the bibliographic reference shelf by way of picking old novels for either grownup and younger grownup readers. American ancient Fiction comprises over 3,000 titles set in states and old areas of the us. Entries are prepared by means of period of time. the most recent titles, in addition to previous favorites, are coated. the quantity is listed by way of writer, name, style, topic, and geographic surroundings.
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Five families and four Indian tribes interact in the French and Indian War during the mid-18th century. Genre(s): War Story; Family Saga. Cavanaugh, Jack 113. The Colonists. Wheaton, IL: Victor, 1995. 482 pp. The Morgans settle in their New England home, where tests of their faith arise through their dealings with Native Americans and others. (Series: American Family Portrait, 2) Genre(s): Christian Fiction; Family Saga. Page 12 Churchill, Winston 114. Richard Carvel. New York: Macmillan, 1899.
Dawn Land. Golden, CO: Fulcrum, 1993. 317 pp. A snake bites Young Hunter, and when he tells the oldest Talker, the man realizes that the snake has chosen Young Hunter to protect the Only People as danger approaches. Genre(s): Domestic Fiction. C Coldsmith, Don 3. Runestone. New York: Bantam, 1995. 489 pp. Nils Thorsson comes to Vinland as Leif Eriksson did, and when his companions suffer disaster, he learns to survive in the wilds with the help of a one-eyed Native American. Conley, Robert J. 4.
Erickson, Steve 127. Arc D'X. New York: Poseidon, 1993. 298 pp. Thomas Jefferson visits Paris and finds himself torn between his ideals and his interest in his quadroon slave Sally Hemings, in the pursuit of happiness. Genre(s): Adventure Story. F Fast, Howard ¨128. Citizen Tom Paine. New York: Grove Press, 1983. 341 pp. Thomas Paine, a revolutionary by choice, travels between Paris, London, and colonial Philadelphia during the revolutionary period. Genre(s): Biographical Fiction; Political Fiction.