October, 1633

Andreas Strauss hurried along the road toward Erfurt. The October afternoon was cold and rainy, and he wanted to arrive before dark. It had been a fairly good year. The crop was decent, and the family business had sold all the barrels they could make. Andreas had a small purse to spend on a few extra things for the winter. Plus, he was seeking news. His cousins had joined the Committees of Correspondence and would . . .

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