Quaker women in the eighteenth century were known as the First Women Feminists. Their strength in spite of tremendous adversity has been an inspiration to generations since.
Due to traumatic family circumstances, Rebekah Bradford is forced to sign an indentured servant contract to leave her home in London and work for a Philadelphia Quaker family. Rebekah's journey through life takes her from servitude, to wife and mother and businesswoman during a period when Quakers were struggling to maintain their identity as the colony attempted to find it's place in history that was often in stark conflict with its founder, William Penn.
An Amazon Breakthrough Novel Quarter finalist.
Author: Ann Bell
Publisher: Katy Crossing Press, 2014
Paperback, 334 pages