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  1. Angie Thompson Angie Thompson says:

    A sweet old fashioned children's story set in Revolutionary Rhode Island The bits of historical fact scattered throughout would probably make it a great resource for a study on the Revolution although they did seem random and rather extraneous at times And sometimes I felt like I was expected to recognize a historical name when I didn't S My only other complaint would be that the characters didn't have a whole lot of individual personality or that their personalities were all very similar But it did help that those similar personalities were so sweet loving and generous Content a girl steals and keeps secrets to help a deserter; references to fairies in children's play


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A Little Maid of Newport [Ebook] ➭ A Little Maid of Newport ➬ Alice Turner Curtis – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk The Little Maid of Newport is the story of two courageous and sensible young cousins Faith Underwood and Ellen Morley The story part of the Little Maid Historical Books series is set in 1777 in Newpor The Little Maid of Newport is the Maid of PDF/EPUB ã story of two courageous and sensible young cousins Faith Underwood and Ellen Morley The story part of the Little Maid Historical books series is set in in Newport Rhode Island as the British fleet lay at anchor in the harbor and menaced the town.

  • Paperback
  • 212 pages
  • A Little Maid of Newport
  • Alice Turner Curtis
  • English
  • 20 July 2015
  • 9781557093394

About the Author: Alice Turner Curtis

Children's and young adult historical fiction author Maid of PDF/EPUB ã Alice Turner Curtis was born in Sullivan Hancock County Maine USA Her maiden name is Alice L Turner She is listed in the Daughters of the American Revolution Lineage Books Her father was a sailmaker She was married in Boston on May to Irving Curtis Jan – Nov Her parents both born in Maine were John Vinal Tu.