Free History Download Plus Discount

Hello homeschoolers!  
I received this in my email this morning and
thought you all may benefit from it.
~One free history download 
plus a discount~

Studying American History this winter?
Bring your studies alive with high quality historical fiction first published in the early 1900's! Exciting, well-written stories about the conflicts between the settlers and the Indians are always in high demand and we at Salem Ridge Press believe The White Seneca and its sequel, At Seneca Castle, are two of the best books of this type available.

Now, for 3 days only, you can download the entire first half of The White Seneca FREE! We are also offering 10% off on physical copies of these two titles or 15% off when you buy both together, now through March 15, 2011.

The free download is only AVAILABLE THROUGH THURSDAY, MARCH 3RD, so don't miss this opportunity! We hope you enjoy these books as much as we have!

Click Here for the FREE Download of
The White Seneca: Chapters 1-14

The White Seneca The White Seneca
By William W. Canfield

Captured by the Senecas, fifteen-year-old Henry Cochrane grows to love the Indian ways and becomes Dundiswa—the White Seneca. When Henry is captured by an enemy tribe, however, he must make a desperate attempt to escape from them and rescue fellow captive, Constance Leonard. He will need all the skills he has learned from the Indians, as well as great courage and determination, if he is to succeed. But what will happen to the young woman if they do reach safety? And will he ever be able to return to his own people?

Story Setting: Colonial America in 1774-1778
Originally published in 1911; 286 pages; For Ages 12 – Adult

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