The nine lives of Charlotte Taylor the first woman settler of the Miramichi

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Published 2007
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In 1775, twenty-year-old Charlotte Taylor fled England with her lover Pad, the family's black butler, and sailed to the West Indies, where Pad died. Alone and pregnant, she sailed north with a British naval commodore to present-day New Brunswick, and found refuge with the Mi'kmaq. In the sixty-six years that followed, she would have three husbands, nine more children, and a lifelong relationship with an aboriginal man. A blend of fact and fiction. Some descriptions of sex and violence. 2006.

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Read by Shari Vineberg.
Toronto : Random House Canada, 2006. 0679314040
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