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If you don't know about Sarah Vowell's take on history and her engaging writing, then start your acquaintance with "The Wordy Shipmates" Wordy Shipmates? Read morePublished 18 days ago by Chris R
Vowell does the impossible: She makes the Puritans interesting and fun to read about!Published 25 days ago by Dawn M.
Detailed account of significant persons and events of 1600s New England colony government that relate to forming US constitution.Published 2 months ago by Ellin McShea
Brilliant, funny, historically accurate yet with wacky twists, Sarah has nailed the reason Americans dis their leaders with relish. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Judith Clancy
I'm too tired to write twenty words about Sarah Vowels great book, The Wordy Shipmates! Is that twenty? I hope so.Published 5 months ago by Brian Rogers
The type of book which should be presented to students in order to appreciate our heritage. Sarah is the best and most humorous of writers.Published 5 months ago by nancyv
This is a story of pilgrims. Specifically, the brave and pious souls who came over on Arbella in 1630 and started a Massachusetts Bay Colony. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Mia