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NEW ENGLAND GENESIS: A Trilogy by Clint Hull


by Clint Hull

814 pages
The three novels that compose "New England Genesis" cover the first century of American history as seen through the eyes of three generations of an actual immigrant family named Hull. Through the experiences of this one family the trilogy chronicles the origins, growth, and consequences of the New England experiment from 1630 to 1720.

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About the Book
New England sprang from a dream, or rather a variety of dreams, but a gradual awakening to the changes brought about by the Great Migration led inexorably to a rise in resistance to English authority and a desire for self-rule. Through the experiences of one family the three novels that compose New England Genesis chronicle the origins, growth, and consequences of the New England experiment.

In New England Dreams Joseph Hull, an Anglican minister, brings his congregation of 115 souls to Massachusetts in 1635 and dreams of providing an alternative to the Puritanism rampant in New England. In New England Wakes the arrival of Quaker missionaries in 1656 awakens Joseph’s son Tristram to the harsh reality of slavery and religious persecution. In New England Rising Tritram’s sons John and Joseph must cope with a the anti-Indian sentiments that surround King Philip’s War, the repressive measures associated with the Dominion of New England and its aftermath, and a gamut of family issues ranging from marriage to murder.


Praise for New England Dreams. “I’m overwhelmed at how you were able to weave the facts on the life of Rev. Joseph into a very interesting and intriguing novel.”
- Phyllis Hughes, Genealogist, Hull Family Association
Praise for Occupying Powers. “What I like most about the book is that it’s not a traditional WWII story extolling guts and glory. It separates the book from other war tales. A little seen side of the end of the war.”
- Arliss Ryan, author of The Kingsley House and Sanctuary


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About the Author
Clint Hull was an army medic during World War II. After graduating from the University of Vermont. he worked as a publications manager while earning advanced degrees from the University of Rhode Island and RPI. Since retiring, he has been writing fiction. "New England Genesis" is his second published novel.



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