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Kieran Doherty

Soldiers, Cavaliers, and Planters:
Settlers of the Southeastern Colonies

“The American South was explored and settled by the Spanish, French, and English. In a clear, lively style, Doherty discusses the lives of nine people who were primarily responsible for these settlements—Pedro Menéndez de Avilés, Sir Walter Raleigh, Captain John SmithCecil and Leonard CalvertHenry WoodwardPierre le Moyne d’IbervilleJean Baptiste le Moyne de Bienville, and James Oglethorpe. Although the author focuses on . . . these Europeans, he also covers the impact that they had on the Native American population.”
School Library Journal

  • 176 pages

  • More than 80 black-and-white photos, maps, and illustrations

  • Reinforced library binding

  • 7" x 9"

  • Timeline

  • Source notes

  • Bibliography

  • Index

  • Grades 7 and up

  • ISBN: 978-1-881508-51-9

  • $22.95

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