JAMES PRINTER : A NOVEL OF
New York : Scholastic, 1997.
novel tells the fictionalized story of James Printer, a printer's apprentice
who lived in Massachusetts during the late 1600's. James was sent to live
with Stephen Green who was a master printer. James was an excellent student
and, as a young man, his skills were almost equal that of his teacher.
In the year 1675, James finds himself in a very precarious situation. The
Indian chief known as King Philip has declared war on the English. King
Philip has demanded that James return to the Indians to fight against the
English. How can James take up arms against the people who raised him and
against the society that her feels he belongs in? How could the once-friendly
English neighbors now look at him as if he had suddenly become less than
human? Join James as he tries to live peacefully in both worlds.
King Philip's War, 1675-1676 -- Fiction
Printer, James -- Fiction
Indians of North America -- Massachusetts -- Fiction
Massachusetts -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775 -- Fiction
Printes -- Fiction
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