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By Yonge, Charlotte Mary

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Title: Young Folks, History of England  
Author: Yonge, Charlotte Mary
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Language: English
Subject: Fiction, Literature, Literature & drama
Collections: Penn State University's Electronic Classics Series Collection
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Contents Young Folks? History of England ..................................... 6 CHAPTER I JULIUS CAESAR. B.C. 55 ........................................................................................ 6 CHAPTER II THE ROMANS IN BRITAIN. A.D. 41?418.......................................................... 8 CHAPTER III THE ANGLE CHILDREN A.D. 597.................................................................... 10 CHAPTER IV THE NORTHMEN. A.D. 858?958...................................................................... 12 CHAPTER V THE DANISH CONQUEST. A.D. 958?1035 ...................................................... 15 CHAPTER VI THE NORMAN CONQUEST. A.D. 1035?1066 ................................................ 17 CHAPTER VII WILLIAM THE CONQUEROR. A.D. 1066?1087 ......................................... 19 CHAPTER VIII WILLIAM II., RUFUS. A.D. 1087-1100 ........................................................... 22 CHAPTER IX HENRY I., BEAU-CLERC. A.D. 1100?1135 ..................................................... 24 CHAPTER X STEPHEN. A.D. 1135?1154 .................................................................................. 26 CHAPTER XI HENRY II., FITZ-EMPRESS. A.D. 1154-1189 ................................................... 28 CHAPTER XII RICHARD I., LION-HEART A.D. 1189?1199 ................................................ 31 CHAPTER XIII JOHN, LACKLAND. A.D. 1199?1216 ............................................................ 34 CHAPTER XIV HENRY III., OF WINCHESTER. A.D. 1216?1272 ....................................... 36 CHAPTER XV EDWARD I., LONGSHANKS. A.D. 1272?1307 .............................................. 39 CHAPTER XVI EDWARD II., OF CAERNARVON. A.D. 1307?1327 .................................... 42

 

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