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In Freedom's Cause By G. A. Henty
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About the Author- George Alfred Henty (8 December 1832 – 16 November 1902), was a prolific English novelist and a special correspondent. He is best known for his historical adventure stories... More > that were popular in the late 19th century. His works include The Dragon & The Raven (1886), For The Temple (1888), Under Drake's Flag (1883) and In Freedom's Cause (1885). -Wikipedia Excerpt - CHAPTER I GLEN CAIRN The village of Glen Cairn was situated in a valley in the broken country lying to the west of the Pentland Hills, some fifteen miles north of the town of Lanark, and the country around it was wild and picturesque. The villagers for the most part knew little of the world beyond their own valley, although a few had occasionally paid visits to Glasgow, which lay as far to the west as Lanark was distant to the south.< Less
In Freedom's Cause By G. A. Henty
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G. A. Henty writes: "There are few figures in history who have individually exercised so great an influence upon events as William Wallace and Robert Bruce. It was to the extraordinary personal... More > courage, indomitable perseverance, and immense energy of these two men that Scotland owed her freedom from English domination." Beginning in the year 1293, this book chronicles the adventures of Archie Forbes as he helps his countrymen in the great battles of the first War of Scottish Independence: Stirling Bridge, Falkirk, Methven, and Bannockburn. (6"x9" hardcover, with 11 illustrations and includes footnotes defining obscure or uncommon words)< Less
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G. A. Henty writes: "There are few figures in history who have individually exercised so great an influence upon events as William Wallace and Robert Bruce. It was to the extraordinary personal... More > courage, indomitable perseverance, and immense energy of these two men that Scotland owed her freedom from English domination." Beginning in the year 1293, this book chronicles the adventures of Archie Forbes as he helps his countrymen in the great battles of the first War of Scottish Independence: Stirling Bridge, Falkirk, Methven, and Bannockburn. (6"x9" paperback, with 11 illustrations and includes footnotes defining obscure or uncommon words)< Less
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In Freedom's Cause (large print) By G. A. Henty
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G. A. Henty writes: "There are few figures in history who have individually exercised so great an influence upon events as William Wallace and Robert Bruce. It was to the extraordinary personal... More > courage, indomitable perseverance, and immense energy of these two men that Scotland owed her freedom from English domination." Beginning in the year 1293, this book chronicles the adventures of Archie Forbes as he helps his countrymen in the great battles of the first War of Scottish Independence: Stirling Bridge, Falkirk, Methven, and Bannockburn. (6"x9" large print paperback with 11 illustrations; includes footnotes defining obscure or uncommon words)< Less
In Freedom's Cause (pocket edition) By G. A. Henty
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G. A. Henty writes: "There are few figures in history who have individually exercised so great an influence upon events as William Wallace and Robert Bruce. It was to the extraordinary personal... More > courage, indomitable perseverance, and immense energy of these two men that Scotland owed her freedom from English domination." Beginning in the year 1293, this book chronicles the adventures of Archie Forbes as he helps his countrymen in the great battles of the first War of Scottish Independence: Stirling Bridge, Falkirk, Methven, and Bannockburn. (pocket-size paperback, with 11 illustrations; includes footnotes defining obscure or uncommon words)< Less
In Freedom's Cause (large print) By G. A. Henty
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G. A. Henty writes: "There are few figures in history who have individually exercised so great an influence upon events as William Wallace and Robert Bruce. It was to the extraordinary personal... More > courage, indomitable perseverance, and immense energy of these two men that Scotland owed her freedom from English domination." Beginning in the year 1293, this book chronicles the adventures of Archie Forbes as he helps his countrymen in the great battles of the first War of Scottish Independence: Stirling Bridge, Falkirk, Methven, and Bannockburn. (6"x9" large print hardcover with 11 illustrations; includes footnotes defining obscure or uncommon words)< Less
In Freedom's Cause (extra large print) By G. A. Henty
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G. A. Henty writes: "There are few figures in history who have individually exercised so great an influence upon events as William Wallace and Robert Bruce. It was to the extraordinary personal... More > courage, indomitable perseverance, and immense energy of these two men that Scotland owed her freedom from English domination." Beginning in the year 1293, this book chronicles the adventures of Archie Forbes as he helps his countrymen in the great battles of the first War of Scottish Independence: Stirling Bridge, Falkirk, Methven, and Bannockburn. (6"x9" extra large print [17 point] paperback with 11 illustrations; includes footnotes defining obscure or uncommon words)< Less
In Freedom's Cause (extra large print) By G. A. Henty
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G. A. Henty writes: "There are few figures in history who have individually exercised so great an influence upon events as William Wallace and Robert Bruce. It was to the extraordinary personal... More > courage, indomitable perseverance, and immense energy of these two men that Scotland owed her freedom from English domination." Beginning in the year 1293, this book chronicles the adventures of Archie Forbes as he helps his countrymen in the great battles of the first War of Scottish Independence: Stirling Bridge, Falkirk, Methven, and Bannockburn. (6"x9" extra large print [17 point] paperback with 11 illustrations; includes footnotes defining obscure or uncommon words)< Less
Patriotic Cause By Philip Creighton
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America began as a country of immigrants. Some of the first settlers here came from across the Atlantic Ocean, from Ireland and Scotland. These people sacrificed much as they traveled the stormy seas... More > to reach a land where they could be free. This book is about some of these people and their courage to start life in a new land. They fought Indian tribes here who were not willing to share their land and the British who wanted exclusive control. This book is historically true and has all the elements to keep anyone’s attention. You will find yourself immersed with a family as they begin their voyage to America and feel their hardships and their joy. You will experience love, family, children and the Church that meant so much to their freedom. Find out how the author's family helped win the American Revolution. There are historical references included. Sit back and watch times gone by unfold as the Creighton family make America their new found home as you turn the pages of history.< Less