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He did not return to Maryland until after the governor’s death. As it turned out, Brent was a capable executor. In fact, subsequent events proved her to be highly resourceful. Her 32 Colonial America: Biographies Claiborne Rebellion The Claiborne Rebellion (1645–47) was led by William Claiborne, who had emigrated to Virginia from England in 1621. He established a settlement with a fort on Kent Island in Chesapeake Bay. Problems arose when he violently opposed the granting of Maryland to Cecilius Calvert, Second Baron Baltimore.

And if thou love thyself, or love’st me, These O protect from step-dame’s injury. And if chance to thine eyes shall bring this verse, With some sad sighs honour my absent hearse; And kiss this paper for thy love’s dear sake, Who with salt tears this last farewell did take. This poem is a prime example of the hardship that Bradstreet portrays in her work. Since much of her poetry was introspective (an examination of one’s own thoughts and feelings), it reveals how she felt about life in the New World—an existence so unpredictable and harsh that love was the only thing people could depend upon.

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice Hall, 1991, pp. 245–46. Johnson, Allen, and others, eds. Dictionary of American Biography. New York: Scribner, 1946–1958, p. 383. Lockridge, Kenneth A. The Diary, and Life, of William Byrd II of Virginia, 1674–1744. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1987. html Available July 13, 1999. William Byrd II 41 Jacques Cartier December 31, 1491 Saint-Malo, France September 1, 1557 Saint-Malo, France French explorer “ . . the said unknown sickness began to spread itself amongst us after the strangest sort that ever was either heard of or seen.

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