Voices from Colonial America by Robin S. Doak


Voices from Colonial America by Robin S. Doak

Maryland's colonial history is full of surprises, enterprising people, and historic places. A mix of archival images, historic maps, first person accounts, and a lively narrative introduce readers to all this and more as they experience day-to-day life in colonial Maryland.


.,. the text provides a well-organized and quite readable account of the colony's history. Discussions of topics such as the Starving Time in Jamestown and the Pocahontas saving John Smith tale reflect current research and thought more closely than many comparable volumes on library shelves.

About the Author

Robin Doak is a writer of fiction and non fiction books for children. Subjects she has written on include American immigration, the 50 states, American presidents, and U.S. geography. Doak is a former editor of Weekly Reader and has also written numerous support guides for educators. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English with an emphasis on journalism from the University of Connecticut and lives near her alma mater in Portland. She is also the author of Voices from Colonial America: New Jersey, Georgia, California, and South Carolina

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112 pages


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Publication date

1st January 2008



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