Two Bradt Family History Books

by Joan Bradt Wood

Cover of Journey to a New Land

Written as a social history, this book involves the Bradt family originating with two brothers from Fredrikstad, Norway, perhaps as descendants of the Vikings. It traces their journey to the Netherlands and in 1637, to North America.

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Review - Click here to read a review of the book written by Dr. Andrew Brink. This review was published in the Winter 1999 issue of The Holland Society of New York's publication, de Halve Maen.

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Price: $20.00 (plus postage and packaging)









This new book of social history and genealogy is a sequel to Journey to a New Land: The Bradt Family in History. The new book presents a compelling story of the everyday lives of those who were involved in the American Revolution in 1776 and fled the United States following the Revolution, making a new home for themselves in an unsettled frontier in what was to become southern Ontario, Canada.

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Price: $25.00 (plus postage and packaging)





About the Author

Joan Bradt Wood is a direct descendant of Arent Andriessen Bradt and his brother Albert in the eleventh generation. She was raised in Toronto, Canada, with a United Empire Loyalist Heritage. For many years she has researched her family genealogy and historical background in both Canada and the United States. She has studied at McMaster University in Hamilton, York University in Toronto, and is a graduate in History of the University of Saskatchewan.



	
To Order Bradt family books send a cheque or money order to:
             Joan Bradt Wood
             201 - 1569 Everall Street
             White Rock, B.C.
             Canada
             V4B 3T2

Prices (in either Canadian or US Currency):

Journey to a New Land $20.00 (plus $9.00 for postage and packaging to the US and $14 in Canada)

Establishing a New Nation $25.00 (plus $13.00 for postage and packaging to the US and $15 in Canada)



Link to the Bradt Family Society Web Site:

http://www.bradtfamilysociety.org/