Huguenot Heroes in America: How Religious Persecution in France Built a Better United States

Huguenot Heroes in America: How Religious Persecution in France Built a Better United States by Jan Robbins Elder 1532741863 9781532741869
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Jan Robbins Elder decided to write this book in 2004 while acting as a Charleston, South Carolina City Guide and a docent at the only unaffiliated French Protestant Church in the United States. The church allowed descendants of Huguenot immigrants to erect plaques in honor of their ancestors who came to America during the colonial period. Many of these immigrants were instrumental in the establishments of the United States of America. She felt that their history should be preserved.

Author: Jan Robbins Elder

Language: English

Binding: Paperback

Pages: 88

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

Publication Date: 2016-04-13


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