Whistle Wood, Land of the Fathers
Fictional portrayal of a day in a village in the Mayflower region of Northern England during the early 1970's at a time when traditional values still reigned supreme. 260 pages contains some adult language. Not suitable for children. The brave people who first laid the foundations of what was to become the United States of America made one of the greatest contributions to the structure of the world we know today. Have you ever wondered what sort of place these adventurers came from? Today in the North of England there exists the Mayflower Trail. Some leading members of the first pilgrims originated from this area. 'Whistle Wood, Land of the Fathers' describes life in a village in the area of the Mayflower Trail. An easy to read illustration of a country village portraying the culture and traditions of life in the Pilgrims belt described through a myriad of fictional characters.
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