THE PENNSYLVANIA COLONY by Harry Edward Neal

THE PENNSYLVANIA COLONY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A personalized history of the Pennsylvania Colony from its discovery through the religious controversy surrounding its founding up to its part in Independence and the Revolution. The large-print, account gives numerous details of daily life--meals, clothing, transportation, education--by inventing families: and stepping inside their lives and their doors; political and social history are enlivened by anecdote and jokes. Designed for a young readership with little boredom resistance, it's got a personable personality that makes the mass of facts easy to take and easy to remember (thought not easy to use for reference).

Pub Date: Sept. 1st, 1967
Publisher: Hawthorn