Michael's Roses by Roland Dwinell
A Chronicle of an American Family that has Made History from Early Colonial America of 1654 to the Present Day

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This is a genealogically sound historical account of a family that has experienced life in America since 1654. Each of the successive descendents of the original family member have experienced history of a personal level as they endured carving out a civilization in the Great American Forest and life in Puritanical Massachusetts Bay Colony.They have fought for their mother country, England, and revolted against England when they saw their rights abridged after supporting the British cause. They fought the Revolutionary War and the peace that followed. Then, they carved out a civilization in northern Vermont.This experience gave the tenth generation of this family the opportunity to succeed in twenty first century America.
 

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Published March 26, 2009 by iUniverse. 161 pages
Genres: History.

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