Ulric the Jarl
In the Northland were the roots from which grew the great nations which now rule the earth. The tribes were many, but the principal representative and the absorbent of their thoughts and their traditions may receive from us the general name of Saxons. These were the swordsmen of the sea whom the Roman legionaries declared to be the hardest fighters they had met, whether on land or water. In the Northland were also the germs of political and religious liberty, and here were to be found the first forms of our highest faith. But the men of the old race sailed southward and then eastward, at the first, taking their gods with them. Not until centuries later did they march and conquer this far western world, but we, their children, still devoutly believe that the great God came with them.
- Paperback | 276 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 16mm | 480.81g
- 16 Feb 1899
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- Illustrations, black and white