Faith and Jamestown
by Stacy Duplease
Publisher: Smashwords 2012
Number of pages: 127
A saga about the life and times of a real-life married couple who move from England to Jamestown in 1613 and start a new life in America. Why did they move and what kept them there? Did they, or their children, survive? What was the legacy they left behind? The Family Treez of the USA Series is a story about a real, American family traced from at least 1388 to today.
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