An historically accurate account of the founding of Jamestown in 1607 from the viewpoint of four young wage-earning Londoners; their hardships, their motivations and their dreams. It covers life in early seventeenth century England through the first turbulent years of the Fort in Virginia. Written in blank verse, the book celebrates the 400th anniversary of the founding of the first permanent English colony in America.
About the Author
Arlouine Wu has a Masters degree in American History from Columbia University, New York City, and lives in New York.
Price: $23.95; Softcover edition