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Clapp, Patricia

New York : Beech Tree Books, 1991.
IL YA RL 6.8 .
ISBN 0688109764
From the moment she sees the forsaken place that they will call home, Constance Hopkins is determined to hate everything about it. Constance and her family had boarded the Mayflower in search of a new land where they could be free to practice their religion. For a young lady, this new life does not look good. In Constance's journal, she writes of the cold, the sickness, the rugged life and encounters with the Indians. She also writes of boys, feasts and good times. If you want to read a book about Colonial life from a girl's point of view, this one's for you.

SUBJECTS:     Pilgrims (New Plymouth Colony) -- Fiction
                        Massachusetts -- History -- New Plymouth -- Fiction -- 1620-1691


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