The Sister of Mary Dyer: The High Price of Freedom

Convicted by the Puritans in 1660, Mary Dyer faced the gallows on the Boston Commons. Often misunderstood by her husband and six children, she turned her back on those who loved her for the higher principle of protesting the anti-Quaker Laws.
What must it have been like to stand beneath the gallows and watch a loved one make the ultimate sacrifice for something you do not fully understand.

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Language: English
ISBN: 9780984968459
About Ann Bell

Ann (Anna Mae) Bell grew up in Adel, Iowa and received her B.A. degree from the University of Northern Iowa, a Library Media Endorsement from the University of Montana, and a Master of Library and Information Studies from the University of Hawaii. She authored a series of nine books for Heartsong Presents (Autumn Love, Contagious Love,Inspired Love, Distant Love, Healing Love, Compassionate Love, Love Remembered, Love Abounds, and Mended Wheels). Barbour Press republished the first four books into one volume "Montana" and the second four into "Montana Skies." Those eight books were reprinted in large print by Thorndike Press.

Mrs. Bell also published three educational technology books "Creating Digital Video in Your School," "Handheld Computers in Schools and Media Center," and "Exploring Web 2.0 - Second Generation Interactive Tools" along with one children's book "The Adventures of Scampy Churchmouse," and an historical novel "Rebekah's Journey."

A complete biography is available in Thomson Gale's "Contemporary Authors" Series Volume 259.

After living in Iowa, Montana, Guam, Hawaii, and Oregon, Mrs. Bell currently lives in Georgetown, Texas.

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The Sister of Mary Dyer: The High Price of Freedom
1660, Mary Dyer faced the gallows on the Boston Commons. Her sacrifice helped pave the way for our first amendment rights of the freedom of religion and speech. Often misunderstood by her husband and six children, she turned her back on those who loved her for the higher principle of protesting the anti-Quaker Laws which led to the separation of church and state.

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