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Volume 1 - Cover
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There is currently no available "Beginner" label. The following is the default level label: The "Olde Deerfield Doll House" was, in the years after World War I, a tearoom in Deerfield, Massachusetts. Its owner, Matilda Hyde (1866-1943) published a series of small booklets in 1919, which told the stories of five of the children of Deerfield who were captured in the attack of February 1704. In addition, a sixth book reveals the story of Arosen, the Mohawk whom Eunice Williams eventually married. The five Deerfield children were Eunice Williams, Stephen Williams, Thankful Stebbins, Abigail Nims, and Remembrance Sheldon. The booklets are suitable for young readers.

 

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"Little Captives of 1704"

publisher   Old Deerfield Doll House
author   Matilda Strang Hyde (1866-1943)
date   1919
location   Deerfield, Massachusetts
height   2.75"
width   2.25"
process/materials   printed paper, ink
item type   Books/Booklet
accession #   #L98.041


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