Anson's way / Gary D. Schmidt.

While serving as a British Fencible to maintain the peace in eighteenth-century Ireland, Anson finds that his sympathy for a hedge master, a teacher devoted to teaching Irish children their forbidden language and culture, places him in conflict with the law of King George II.

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Main Author: Schmidt, Gary D.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: New York : Clarion Books, c1999.
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Walker Library - Curriculum Collection - Juvenile - 3rd Floor

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