Bootmaker to the Nation: The Story of the American Revolution
Woodgate International, 2002 - 721 Seiten
An historical novel set during the American Revolution. A married couple tells their story about life in General Washington's army.
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In His Majestys Service
The Siege of Boston
The Torch is Lit
The Wildcat Pounces
Gaining Strength in Morristown
The War Moves to Philadelphia
A New Army is Born at Valley Forge
The Battle of Monmouth
The Journey to Yorktown
Victory at Yorktown
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