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Libraries and schools, please contact Sam Teddy Publishing to place a discounted order. Invoicing is available. Retail establishments and book sellers, contact Sam Teddy Publishing for discounts.
All prices reflect U.S. dollars.

Soldier Rigdale

$12.95

A reprint of the original 1899 edition. The story and adventures of eleven-year-old Miles Rigdale, his 8-year-old sister Dolly, and other youths of the Mayflower party as they make a new home for themselves in the wilderness of Plymouth, Massachusetts. An exciting story filled with intrigue and adventure follows Miles as he discovers what is like to be without parents in a new world; meeting the friendly Indians, and learning from them; getting into all kinds of mischief; and with his sister dolly and his dog Trug, finding yet time after time new ways to get into trouble. While Miles and Dolly are fictitious characters, their parents, John and Alice Rigdale, were passengers and both perished during that first winter ashore. Other characters of note in this story are Edward Leister (Lister), Edward Doty, Francis Billington, Priscilla Mullen, John Alden, and Miles Standish, were factual characters and passengers. Others are named as well. "Boys will be boys" seems to have no bounds as the youth of yesterday, it appears, got into just as much trouble as some of our youth of today. Readers of all ages will enjoy this tale. With several illustrations this story is one that readers of all ages will cherish. 6x9, soft cover, 196 total pages, illustrated. ISBN: 9781935573432.