Land ownership and religious observation play their part in this clever, insightful novel that digs deeply into our country’s conflicted origins. 

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Review of ‘Beheld’

Most Americans learn about the pilgrims of Plymouth Plantation in elementary school. But few know that besides the men and women seeking religious freedom, more than half of the Mayflower passengers were investors, indentured servants and crew members who were hired to stay the first year in the New World. Even fewer know about the…

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