UNCHARTED WAYS by Caroline Dale Snedeker
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UNCHARTED WAYS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Unusual story, absorbing reading and tapping very fresh material -- the persecution of the Quakers in New England. The story is based on fact and the central character is drawn from the character of a Quaker woman who finally died for the faith (here the story diverges). Caroline Snedeker has built up a loyal audience. This should increase it substantially.

Pub Date: Oct. 1st, 1935
Publisher: Doubleday, Doran