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Will's Story, 1771
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Bibliographic Detail
Publisher B&t Database Management/Cip
Publication date August 1, 2004
Book category Juvenile Fiction
ISBN-13 9780879352264
ISBN-10 0879352264
Original list price $0.00
Summaries and Reviews
In 1771, twelve-year-old Will, the son of a Williamsburg jailer, suspects that a captured runaway slave is planning to escape and tries to decide whether to tell his father. description: Product Description: Twelve-year-old Will Pelham's father is the Williamsburg gaoler. Will is afraid of some of the prisoners, but he sympathizes with Emmanuel, a runaway slave. Then Will begins to suspect that Emmanuel is planning to escape. Will wants to help his friend, but he has a responsibility to his father, too. What should he do?

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