Reading Your Way Through History

May 11, 2006

18th Century AD

Filed under: R 18th Century — Alicia @ 12:58 am

Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe (inspired by true story 1704-1709)
The Courage of Sarah Noble by Alice D'Algliesh (1707)
St. Louis de Montfort: The Story of Our Lady’s Slave by Mary Fabyan Windeatt (1673-1716)
Kidnapped by Robert Louis Stevenson (1751)
With Pipe, Paddle and Song by Elizabeth Yates (1750s)
Calico Captive by Elizabeth George Speare (1754)
"The Miracle of Paterno, Italy", EM 169-170) (1772)
Priest on Horseback by Eva K. Betz
The Scarlet Pimpernel by Baronness Orczy (French Revolution 1787-1799)
The Song at the Scaffold by Gertrud Von Le Fort (d. July 17, 1794)
To Quell the Terror: The True Story of the Carmelite Martyrs of Compiegne by William Bush
A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens
The Guillotine and the Cross by Warren Carroll
Kat Finds a Friend: A St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Story by Joan Stromberg
The Martha Years Books (Little House Series) by Melissa Wiley (mostly 1790s)
Mother Seton and the Sisters of Charity by Alma Power-Waters (1774-1821)

Primary Sources:

George Washington's Farewell Address: September 19, 1796

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