Voices from Colonial America – Connecticut 1614-1776 by Michael Burgan (Hardback)


This oversized, no-CRT (Critical Race Theory), book provides an authentic version of early American history that is ideal for home-schooling young children. This volume from the National Geographic series tells of the religious separatists who had escaped the Anglican Church as Protestants (read: protesters). These first settlers in Konittekock were nutty Puritans, but they also were White pioneers and their history is White except for their interactions with Indians.

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Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 10 × 7 × .4 in


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