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by Inglis Clark Fletcher

Category: Genre Fiction
Subcategory: Fiction
Author: Inglis Clark Fletcher
ISBN: 0892440031
ISBN13: 978-0892440030
Language: English
Publisher: Queens House (June 1, 1976)
Pages: 562
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Lusty Wind for Carolina has been added to your Cart. Blackbeard, working out of his base on Ocracoke Island, hinders the overseas trade that Huguenot refugee Robert Fontaine hopes will bring prosperity to Carolina coast

Lusty Wind for Carolina has been added to your Cart. Blackbeard, working out of his base on Ocracoke Island, hinders the overseas trade that Huguenot refugee Robert Fontaine hopes will bring prosperity to Carolina coast. The action moves back and forth between Europe and points in the New World. This is the third novel in the author’s Carolina Series.

Lusty Wind for Carolina book. Inglis Clark Fletcher was widely traveled, but the home of her maternal ancestors-coastal North Carolina-provided the stuff of her successful fiction and the home of her later years. The eldest of three children, Fletcher grew up in Edwardsville, Illinois, a small town populated by many displaced Southerners.

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Inglis Fletcher was an American writer born October 20, 1879 in Alton, Illinois.

Inglis Fletcher (October 20, 1879 - May 30, 1969) was an American writer. Inglis Clark was born October 20, 1879 in Alton, Illinois, the daughter of Maurice W. Clark and Flora Chapman. Inglis Fletcher is known for numerous novels and plays, especially her Carolina Series. She spent much of her life traveling and living around the country with her husband, John George Fletcher, a miner.

Historical records matching Inglis Fletcher. Inglis Fletcher in North Carolina, Deaths, 1931-1994. Rarely thereafter was Inglis Fletcher not employed in planning and writing the next book of her twelve-volume Carolina Series about early North Carolina. Minna Towner Inglis Fletcher (born Clark). During 1941–42 she and her husband, at the invitation of Mrs. George Wood of Greenfield in Chowan County, lived at an abandoned fishery on Albemarle Sound.

Last in the trilogy of den and Men of, this continues the story of the North Carolina plantations, their attempts to achieve some sort of active cooperation from the Lords of Trade and Plantations, to establish well rooted communities, and particula.

Last in the trilogy of den and Men of, this continues the story of the North Carolina plantations, their attempts to achieve some sort of active cooperation from the Lords of Trade and Plantations, to establish well rooted communities, and particularly to ward off pirates destroying their trade. Roger Main-waring and Anne Bonney again - Roger working for the colony, Anne determined to avenge her youth there and rae all plantations as pirate queen, but their crossing careers are incidental to the Fountaine settlement of artisans and farmers. Robert, Euguenot refugee and weaver, is intent only.

The fledgling settlement at the mouth of the Cape Fear is menaced by pirates in this novel set in the early 1700s. Blackbeard, working out of his base on Ocracoke Island, hinders the overseas trade that Huguenot refugee Robert Fontaine hopes will bring prosperity to Carolina coast. Fontaine's daughter's courtship and marriage to the enterprising David Moray add a romantic element to the novel. The action moves back and forth between Europe and points in the New World. This is the third novel in the author's Carolina Series.
Comments to eBook Lusty Wind for Carolina
Malanim
A great read to understand how it was hundreds of years ago along the East Coast for the very early European settlers: the struggles to survive against nature, pirates, and their own acquired habits and needs. That it was written as a novel with historical research as a foundation kept my attention completely.
Togor
Very good
Nightscar
Readable, but very dated.
Mora
Part of a series. Very intesting
Āłł_Ÿøūrš
Wonderful historic story told by an excellent author. Told about the early days of the US colonies struggles, based in NC
Alianyau
What a great read. Nice character development. I feel very fortunate to have been able to secure a first printing.
Windworker
I love this story, print is very small but the book is in great condition.
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