Westview Publishing Co., Inc., 2004 - 232 pages
Anderson's Bottom tells the story of William Anderson as he left Scotland to start life in the Americas. Forced from his native land in 1716 by the German mercenaries of King George, William took passage on The Ulster Queen, bound for Annapolis, Maryland. Filled with carefully researched period history and accurate lifestyles, the book is an engaging telling of William Anderson's adventures as he helped expand the American frontier and build a legacy for his family.
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