GOD, WAR, AND PROVIDENCE: The Epic Struggle of Roger Williams and the Narragansett Indians Against the Puritans of New England
Tells the epic story of resistance to Puritan domination in Rhode Island, the heretic colony that was home to the Narragansetts, seventeenth-century New England's most powerful Indian tribe, and to Roger Williams, America's leading advocate of religious freedom. Warren tells the extraordinary story of the remarkable alliance between the Native Americans and Williams. Illus.
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