The Voyage of the Continental by Katherine Kirkpatrick

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In 1866, young orphan Emeline McCullough leaves her mill job in Lowell, Massachusetts, to head for Seattle, Washington, aboard the steamship Continental, writing in her diary about the intrigue, danger, and romance she encounters on her journey.

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Katherine Kirkpatrick lives close to where Anne Hutchinson's farm once stood.
Published October 1, 2002 by Holiday House. 256 pages
Genres: Young Adult.

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By the end of her voyage, the sympathetic and resilient heroine not only butts heads with the unscrupulous, opportunistic Mercer (he tries to squeeze additional passage money from the women mid-voyage and, when they reach Seattle, they learn that he has essentially sold them as brides to frontier...

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