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    Women of colonial America

    Bjornlund, Lydia D.

    Discusses the place of colonial women in the home, the workplace, in Native American communities, and as slaves and servants, and examines their roles as activists and leaders in the church and the community.

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    Puritans, pilgrims, and merchants : founders of the northeastern colonies

    Doherty, Kieran.

    Discusses the lives of eight people who were responsible for the founding of colonial settlements from Massachusetts to Pennsylvania.

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    Soldiers, cavaliers, and planters : settlers of the southeastern colonies

    Doherty, Kieran.

    Discusses the lives of nine people who were responsible for founding or fostering the growth of settlements in the colonial American South.

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    Worlds apart

    Karr, Kathleen.

    In 1670, soon after arriving in the Carolinas with a group of colonists from England, fifteen-year-old Christopher West befriends a young Sewee Indian, Asha-po, and learns some hard lessons about survival, slavery, and friendship.

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