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A Little Maid Of Massachusetts Colony

Auhtor: Alice Turner Curtis

Language: english
Published: 1914

Genres:

history,  fiction and literature,  young readers
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Review by O. Brown, June 2010


Rating: (*****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book 'A Little Maid Of Massachusetts Colony':

... she reached the spot where Anne had told the wonderful news neither the basket nor Anne was to be seen. She's run off with my basket. She means ...
... set forth. I'll not be long away, she called back, as she passed down the sandy path. From the pleasant doorway Amanda watched her with a gloomy ...
... shook her head. Umph. grunted the squaw, and turned toward Nakanit, evidently telling her to bring Anne something to eat. The Indian ...
... was now little hope of finding the runaway, she felt that she must tell Mrs. Stoddard. I'll wager I could find Anne, said Amos as he and Amanda sat ...
... in the clear water, and there was the pleasant fragrance of pine and bayberry mingled with the soft sea air. It was much pleasanter than journeying in ...
... got to go to sea. Father's told Captain Nash that he can have you, and the 'Sea Gull' sails next week.. Truly, Amanda. Say, that's great news. ...
... man that ever lived. He used to go on long journeys, way beyond Cape Cod, with his band of warriors, and once he met an unfriendly tribe, and ...
... as they heard the thunder and watched the threatening sky. We'll soon reach the Yarmouth woods, said Mr. Freeman encouragingly, and if the storm ...
... made her way from the main road. Once or twice she stumbled and nearly fell over stumps of trees, but at last she reached the junction, and now the moonlight ...
... from the branch above them. Mr. Freeman turned Lady to the further side of the road and said, If the wasps have deserted their house, as they sometimes ...
... now was a smoother and better one than any over which they had traveled, and in a short time were near the comfortable farmhouse. A woman was standing ...
... like discovering a relative. Mr. Pierce had insisted that they should borrow the black colt for the remainder of their journey, and they were ready ...
... she exclaimed, half fearfully, as her feet sank into the soft carpet. Then she stood quite still until Rose had opened the paneled inside ...
... Anne saw that on each of the white cards was written the name belonging to the doll on whose sleeve the card was pinned. Lady Melissa Melvina is all ...
... Rose, lifting up a little fleecy shoulder cape of lavender wool. Why, it's the one you knit for yourself. and she looked at her mother questioningly. It ...
... her a very generous and thoughtful child, and could not understand why she should cry because little Millicent had taken what Rose called to herself ...
... to say that Province Town sailors were the best in the world, as she indeed thought they were. Frederick laughed pleasantly. You think a good deal ...
... dolls as a present for little Millicent, a pink silk sash for Anne and a lace collar for Rose. I want you girls to think often of your new aunt, ...
... was in the sloop's cabin. Poor John Nelson, lying on the schooner's deck, tied hand and foot, feared every moment that his conquerors would ...
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