Patsy's Discovery (Daughters of Liberty (Minstral Paperback)) ePub download
by Elizabeth Massie
- ISBN: 0613140540
- ISBN13: 978-0613140546
- ePub: 1237 kb | FB2: 1355 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Literature & Fiction
- Publisher: Topeka Bindery (July 1997)
- Rating: 4.4/5
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Start by marking Patsy's Discovery (Daughters Of Liberty (Minstral Paperback)) as Want to Read . The first book in a revolutionary new trilogy about two young girls in the summer of 1776.
Start by marking Patsy's Discovery (Daughters Of Liberty (Minstral Paperback)) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Patsy and her friend Barbara decide to do everything they can for the cause of liberty. At first it's a game, but before long the Daughters of Liberty find themselves truly working for American independence. Includes full-color historical fiction poster.
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This book is about Patsy Black, a young girl growing up in her family's inn/tavern in Philadelphia during the American Revolution. Patsy and her best friend, Barbara Leyman, start a club called the Daughters of Liberty to help America win its independence.
Paperback published 1997-08-01 in United States by Aladdin.
Elizabeth Massie is a two-time Bram Stoker Award-winning author of horror novels and short fiction. The Great Chicago Fire: 1871 (Pocket Books, 1999). Daughter of Liberty: Patsy's Discovery (Pocket Books, 1997). She won the awards for Sineater and Stephen. She has written historical fiction for young adults as well as mainstream fiction, media tie-ins, and non-fiction for American History textbooks and educational readers and testing programs. Her first short horror story, "Whittler," was published in David B. Silva's The Horror Show magazine in 1984. Daughter of Liberty: Patsy and the Declaration (Pocket Books, 1997).
The Daughters of Liberty was a group of political dissidents that formed in the North American British colonies during the early days of the .
The Daughters of Liberty was a group of political dissidents that formed in the North American British colonies during the early days of the American Revolution. According to the book Household Manufacturers in the United States (which discusses how women’s crafting skills helped contribute to the American Revolution) the Daughters of Liberty was an actual society that had chapters in many sections of New England. Another book, titled Civil Disobedience: An Encyclopedic History of Dissidence in the United States, also states there were many official chapters of the society, particularly in Rhode Island
1997) (The first book in the Daughters of Liberty series) A novel by Elizabeth Massie. Used availability for Elizabeth Massie's Patsy's Discovery. July 1997 : USA Paperback.
1997) (The first book in the Daughters of Liberty series) A novel by Elizabeth Massie. Philadelphia, May 1776: Independence. War. Patsy Black has heard the words over and over again.
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