The Road To Salem

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  • Title: The Road To Salem
  • Author: Adelaide L. Fries
  • ISBN: 9780895871060
  • Page: 116
  • Format: Paperback

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  1. See my review on my GoodReads page author show Or visit my blog where I write about writing and reading newsoutherngentleman.wordpressJim Booth


  2. Adam Spach was one of my ancestors so i really enjoyed reading bits about his life and work that was included in her book Very informative of life in the 1700 s in Salem, NC


  3. I thoroughly enjoyed getting to know Catharina while reading about her journey through time her insider s view of pioneer North Carolina and the founding of a thriving community in that wilderness, including her narration of her four marriages and many roles of responsibility in her Moravian society Her story was a gift across time to me as I walked through many of the places where she had lived in Bethabara and Salem while reading it I am reluctant to tell her goodbye now that I have finished