The Persecution of William Penn

The story of William Penn is one of great personal tragedy as well as courage in the face of religious persecution. In England in the seventeenth century, Penn was jailed six times for his beliefs as a Quaker, yet through his connections at court and his deep understanding, good will and intelligence, he managed to establish Pennsylvania as a free, democratic colony. More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781301544608
About Carl Reader

Carl Reader trained as a journalist at Temple University and has worked as a reporter, photographer and editor in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Montana. He's published short stories in literary magazines and on the Internet and has self-published a children's Christmas story called THE TWELFTH ELF OF KINDNESS.That book was partially published in Russia under the Sister Cities program. He's also self-published a novella called THE PERSECUTION OF WILLIAM PENN, which has been well-received in several libraries, including Haverford College. He's twice been represented by agents, once by a New York agent for a novel titled IN A CIRCLE OF STARS and again for a memoir by a California agent. He works as a professional photographer and freelance writer and has produced mounds of fiction that remains mostly hidden in his computer.

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