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The Spafford Story

(a journal that might have been)

In 1743, the Spafford family moved from Rowley, Massachusetts to Plantation No. 4. They operated the saw mills and grist mills in town, with customers travelling from up to 100 miles away to grind their grain.

This is a fictional account of what their daily life and adventures may have looked like through the eyes of Eunice and Peggy, who were 14 and 8 years old when the story begins.

By Rosamond S. Metcalf