Sarah On Her Own
Sarah is an orphan traveling from England to the New World. She misses the "civilized" life very much and makes plans to sail back home. But, her new family persuades her to give Virginia a chance. She becomes a tutor to the children and helps harvest the land.
At first, Sarah was very timid around the Indians, but John, a special friend, helps her to see that the Indians are just like any other people. But on March 22, 1622, the Indians attack th...
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