Told Chiefly in Relation to their Conquest of England
Sarah Orne Jewett
II. Rolf the Ganger
III. William Longsword
IV. Richard the Fearless
V. Duke Richard the Good
VI. Robert the Magnificent
VII. The Normans in Italy
VIII. The Youth of William the Conqueror
IX. Across the Channel
X. The Battle of Val-Ès-Dunes
XI. The Abbey of Bec
XII. Matilda of Flanders
XIII. Harold the Englishman
XIV. News from England
XV. The Battle of Hastings
XVI. William the Conqueror
XVII. Kingdom and Dukedom
G. P. Putnam's Sons
Text from 1905 revised edition, published as The Normans
My Dear Grandfather
Doctor WILLIAM PERRY, of Exeter
Hathi Trust 1887 edition
Dr. Perry died in January 1887.
The copyright date for The Story of the Normans, according to WorldCat entries is 1886, though the first publication date usually is listed as 1887. Reprintings were frequent until 1905. Beginning in 1891, the volume was printed under two titles:
1. The Story of the Normans, told chiefly in relation to their conquest of England (Original title),
2. The Normans, told chiefly in relation to their conquest of England. (London: T. Fisher Unwin)
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Images of the Book
Illustration from the cover
G. P. Putnam
of William the Conqueror. Falaise.
Fold-out map. Europe at the close of the 11th Century.