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Heroes of the Revolution
by David A. Adler and Donald a. Smith




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Some are household names, other are all but forgotten. These twelve heroes played an important role in the American Revolution.

Paul Revere, silversmith, engraver, midnight messenger to the Patriots. Lydia Darragh, nurse, mother of five, Continental army spy. Crispus Attucks, escaped slave, the first to defy, the first to die. George Washington, father of the country. Deborah Sampson, the female soldier.

From spying on the British to rescuing fallen soldiers on the battlefield, these men and women stand as unforgettable heroes of the Revolutionary War. David A. Adler's lively anecdotes and Donald A. Smith's bold paintings present a dozen figures whose courage and determination to seek freedom were indomitable in their own times and remain a shining example in our own.

Author's notes, a list of important dates, source notes, and a selected bibliography expand on the biographies of each person. This is a great gift for young history buffs interested in the Revolutionary War as well as a resource for classroom use.

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Overview

Some are household names, other are all but forgotten. These twelve heroes played an important role in the American Revolution.

Paul Revere, silversmith, engraver, midnight messenger to the Patriots. Lydia Darragh, nurse, mother of five, Continental army spy. Crispus Attucks, escaped slave, the first to defy, the first to die. George Washington, father of the country. Deborah Sampson, the female soldier.

From spying on the British to rescuing fallen soldiers on the battlefield, these men and women stand as unforgettable heroes of the Revolutionary War. David A. Adler's lively anecdotes and Donald A. Smith's bold paintings present a dozen figures whose courage and determination to seek freedom were indomitable in their own times and remain a shining example in our own.

Author's notes, a list of important dates, source notes, and a selected bibliography expand on the biographies of each person. This is a great gift for young history buffs interested in the Revolutionary War as well as a resource for classroom use.


This item is Non-Returnable.

 

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  • ISBN-13: 9780823420179
  • ISBN-10: 0823420175
  • Publisher: Holiday House
  • Publish Date: March 2006
  • Page Count: 32
  • Reading Level: Ages 6-9
  • Dimensions: 10.92 x 8.28 x 0.12 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.3 pounds


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