Gateway to the Classics: Stephen of Philadelphia by James Otis
Stephen of Philadelphia by  James Otis


Amy of Maryland
Anchored off New Castle
Arrival of the "Amity"
Baking in the New Oven
A Bear Hunt
The Beehive Huts
Bound for America
Building the City
Busy Days
Buying Iron in New York City
Canoes of Bark
Choosing the Place for the City
Cooking Indian Corn
A Day of Festivities
Dining in State
A Division of Opinion
Dock Creek Bridge
A Dull Journey
The End of Our School Days
The End of the Voyage
Enoch Flower's School
Finishing the Cure
The First Baby
Game in Plenty
Going Ashore
Going To Meet the "Factor"
A Government by the People
The Gratitude of the Indians
How We Kept House
How the Indians Live
In Lord Baltimore's City
Indian Utensils and Tools
A Long and Tiresome Journey
Making Wampum
A Matter of History
Meeting Old Friends
The Meeting of Penn and the Indians
Members of the Governor's Following
More Serious Business
My Own Name
The Nail Business
The Name of My City
New Arrivals
The New Home
New Laws in Our Own Town
News of William Penn's Arrival
News of the "Factor"
No Merrymaking after Dark
On Board Ship
Our Cave Home Completed
Our First Shelter
Our Humble Preparations
Penn Joins in the Sports
Penn Plans To Buy Land from the Savages
Philadelphia Progresses
The Price Paid for the Land
The Promise of a School
A Proud Departure
A Question of Duty
The Result of the Visit
Roasting Turkeys
The Savages Come to Town
Sea Food
The Settlement of Chester
The Settlement of Germantown
The Shops of Maryland
A Splendid Home
Starting a Fire
A Tedious Task
Trapping Wild Turkeys
Trouble over the Boundary Lines
Turning an Honest Penny
An Uncomfortable Night and Morning
An Unknown Country
The Welcome to Penn
What a Bake Oven Is
What the Savages Wore
Why We Went to London
William Penn Goes Back to London
William Penn's Care for the Colonists

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