Consider the Lily

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The threepence was first struck in 1928, it was originally struck in nickel. However, Christie’s cannot ensure that a licence will be obtained. As many as 40,000 Confederate soldiers were born in Ireland and numerous others were of Irish ancestry. While women were in short supply in the early decades of the colonial era, the majority of Puritan settlers came to New England with their families, as whole congregations and sizable groups of religious dissidents transferred their hopes of a "Godly commonwealth" to America.

Pages: 596

Publisher: Elizabeth Buchan (August 24, 2012)

ISBN: B00926IM8K

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