A Little Maid of Massachusetts Colony

A Little Maid of Massachusetts Colony The story of Anne Nelson s journey with the Indians her imprisonment and her escape and how Anne helped to capture an English privateer

  • Title: A Little Maid of Massachusetts Colony
  • Author: Alice Turner Curtis
  • ISBN: 9781557093295
  • Page: 341
  • Format: Paperback
  • The story of Anne Nelson s journey with the Indians, her imprisonment and her escape, and how Anne helped to capture an English privateer.

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      Alice Turner Curtis

    About Author

    1. Children s and young adult author Alice Turner Curtis was born in Sullivan, ME She lived most of her life in Boston, MA.Alice Turner Curtis is the author of The Little Maid Series of books Originally published by Penn, during the period from 1913 to 1937 Reprinted by Knopf in the 1940 s and 1950 s with illustrations by Sandra James Some books were reprinted by Applewood in the 1990 s with the original illustrations One books containing two original stories was printed by Derrydale Books in 1991.

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    A Little Maid of Massachusetts Colony Comment

    1. Published in 1915 A good book for young children An entertaining adventure of a small young girl living a simple and plain life during the American Revolution.This book continues the life and adventures of Anne Nelson She escaped the wolves, had a journey with the Indians, and had an excited trip to Boston and surprises I recommend this book for young children that is interested in Early American History.


    2. I read every one of these that I could get my hands on by the time I finished third grade I got so caught up in them that I remember a game of chase around the basement at school at indoor recess and calling out in words of that era The kid I was chasing turned around and said I talked funny caught her , but a nearby teacher looked gently amused Funny, the flashes of memory that stay with one.



    3. The stars are in honor of the bravery and independence of good hearted Anne Nelson rare qualities for the heroine of a children s book from 1914.




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