What would life have been like for an eleven-year-old boy who finds himself sent off to the colonies as a page to Captain John Smith. Young Samuel Collier has an interesting view of life at James Town with all of the day-to-day struggles and question marks. This book presents a vivid feeling for the hardships of those who came first to settle America and found Indians, cold winters, dwindling supplies and brackish waters. Walk a mile in Samuel's shoes. 250 pages Ages 10-14
Blood on the River James Town, 1607
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