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Random House Publishing Group, 1990 - Fiction - 608 pages
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Embittered by the tyranny of the English monarcy, Welsh prince Madoc sailed with ships of settlers across the Western Ocean in search of a new home. Three centuries before Columbus, he landed on the southern coast of North America and founded a colony of free Welsh in a fertile but alien terrain.

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Pat Winter's chronicle of Prince Madoc's journey from Wales to what is now North America is absorbing and detailed. One imagines she researched the languages and customs of the various native American ... Read full review


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Winter is a former journalist.

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