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Our Island Story - Volumes 3 & 4

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Our Island Story - Volumes 3 & 4

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Our Island Story, Volume 3 & Volume 4 - Henry VIII to The American Revolution. Written by Henrietta Elizabeth Marshall. Read by David Thorn. Length: 4 hrs and 21 mins. Suggested ages: 9 and up.

Description: Volumes Three and Four of a five part series telling The Story of Great Britain from its earliest beginnings to World War I. Our Island Story, originally published in 1905 and later updated, details the history of Britain up to World War I (including some myths and legends associated with British history). Author H. E. Marshall based the book on her answers to her children's questions about the history of their "home island" (Great Britain).

Table of Contents:

1. Henry VIII – The Story of the Field of The Cloth of Gold

2. Henry VIII – How the King became the Defender of the Faith and How The Great Cardinal Died

3. Henry VIII – The Story of the King's Six Wives

4. Edward VI - The Story of the Boy King

5. The Story of Lady Jane Grey

6. Mary I – How the Princess Elizabeth became a Prisoner

7. Mary I – How a Candle was Lit in England which Has Never Been Put Out

8. Elizabeth – How the Imprisoned Princess Became Queen

9. Elizabeth – The Story of a Most Unhappy Queen

10. Elizabeth – The Story of How England was Saved from the Spaniards

11. Elizabeth – The Story of Sir Walter Raleigh

12. Elizabeth – The Story of the Queen's Favorite

13. James the VI of Scotland, Ist of England The Story of Guy Fawkes

14. James VI of Scotland, Ist of England – The Story of the Mayflower

15. Charles I How a Woman Struck a Blow for Freedom

16. Charles I – The Story of How the King and the Parliament Quarreled and at last Fought

17. Charles I – The Story of How the King was Brought to his Death

18. The Commonwealth – The Adventures of a Prince

19. The Commonwealth – The Lord Protector

20. Charles II - How the King Came to his Own, and How Death Walked in the Streets of London

21. Charles II – The Story of How London was Burned

22. James II of England, VII th of Scotland-The Fiery Cross

23. James II of England, VII th of Scotland-The Story of Monmouth

24. James II of England, VII th of Scotland – The Story of the Seven Bishops

25. James II of England, VII th of Scotland-William the Deliverer

26. William III and Mary II-The Story of Brave Londonderry

27. William III and Mary II – The Story of a Sad Day in a Highland Glen

28. Anne – How the Union Jack was Made

29. George I – The Story of the Earl of Mar's Hunting Party

30. George II – The Story of Bonnie Prince Charlie

31. George II – The Story of Flora MacDonald

32. George II – The Story of the Black Hole of Calcutta

33. George II – The Story of How Canada was Won

Volume 4 – The loss of the American Colonies and the beginning of the industrial revolution

1. George III – The Story of How America was Lost

2. George III – The Story of the Spinning Wheel

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Our Island Story, Volume 3 & Volume 4 - Henry VIII to The American Revolution. Written by Henrietta Elizabeth Marshall. Read by David Thorn. Length: 4 hrs and 21 mins. Suggested ages: 9 and up.

Description: Volumes Three and Four of a five part series telling The Story of Great Britain from its earliest beginnings to World War I. Our Island Story, originally published in 1905 and later updated, details the history of Britain up to World War I (including some myths and legends associated with British history). Author H. E. Marshall based the book on her answers to her children's questions about the history of their "home island" (Great Britain).

Table of Contents:

1. Henry VIII – The Story of the Field of The Cloth of Gold

2. Henry VIII – How the King became the Defender of the Faith and How The Great Cardinal Died

3. Henry VIII – The Story of the King's Six Wives

4. Edward VI - The Story of the Boy King

5. The Story of Lady Jane Grey

6. Mary I – How the Princess Elizabeth became a Prisoner

7. Mary I – How a Candle was Lit in England which Has Never Been Put Out

8. Elizabeth – How the Imprisoned Princess Became Queen

9. Elizabeth – The Story of a Most Unhappy Queen

10. Elizabeth – The Story of How England was Saved from the Spaniards

11. Elizabeth – The Story of Sir Walter Raleigh

12. Elizabeth – The Story of the Queen's Favorite

13. James the VI of Scotland, Ist of England The Story of Guy Fawkes

14. James VI of Scotland, Ist of England – The Story of the Mayflower

15. Charles I How a Woman Struck a Blow for Freedom

16. Charles I – The Story of How the King and the Parliament Quarreled and at last Fought

17. Charles I – The Story of How the King was Brought to his Death

18. The Commonwealth – The Adventures of a Prince

19. The Commonwealth – The Lord Protector

20. Charles II - How the King Came to his Own, and How Death Walked in the Streets of London

21. Charles II – The Story of How London was Burned

22. James II of England, VII th of Scotland-The Fiery Cross

23. James II of England, VII th of Scotland-The Story of Monmouth

24. James II of England, VII th of Scotland – The Story of the Seven Bishops

25. James II of England, VII th of Scotland-William the Deliverer

26. William III and Mary II-The Story of Brave Londonderry

27. William III and Mary II – The Story of a Sad Day in a Highland Glen

28. Anne – How the Union Jack was Made

29. George I – The Story of the Earl of Mar's Hunting Party

30. George II – The Story of Bonnie Prince Charlie

31. George II – The Story of Flora MacDonald

32. George II – The Story of the Black Hole of Calcutta

33. George II – The Story of How Canada was Won

Volume 4 – The loss of the American Colonies and the beginning of the industrial revolution

1. George III – The Story of How America was Lost

2. George III – The Story of the Spinning Wheel