After escaping religious persecution in France in 1686, Daniel Bonnet, a young Huguenot boy, and his parents travel on a slave ship to West Africa, then to the Caribbean, and finally to New York, where they help found the town of New Rochelle. As Daniel grows he must confront the challenges and moral complexities of slavery, inequality, and disability.
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