People of the Breaking Day

People of the Breaking Day

Author: Marcia Sewall

Publisher: Aladdin

ISBN: 0689816847

Page: 48

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In this companion book to The Pilgrims of Plimoth, winner of the Boston Globe-Horn Book Award for nonfiction, Marcia Sewall recreates the world of the Wampanoags, the People of the Breaking Day.



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