James Printer : A Novel of Rebellion

James Printer : A Novel of Rebellion
Jacobs, Paul S.

A young boy named Bartholomew Green is an apprentice in his father's print shop in 17th-century New England. There, he learns bookmaking from master apprentice James, a Nipmuck Indian. When a war erupts between the colonists and natives, James is forced to choose between his craft and his people.


James, a Nipmuck Indian raised as a printer's apprentice, finds himself caught up in the events leading to war.

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