Publish date: September 28th 1974
Pages no: 198
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Historical Fiction
, High School
Series: Sacketts (#1)
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One of those books that kicks off a "family coming to America" saga, exploring descendent generations as the series goes on, at least that's how I understand the genre. This being the first book in the series, it focuses on the founding father of the line and how he turns a chance opportunity - find...
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