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Britain and its infallible Navy is threatening America’s shores. And in an age when a man’s faith is tested, it is not just a question of loyalty and bravery, it is a question of honor.... More > Jack Fenton is the U.S. Lieutenant sent to Fort Niagara to build up the garrison. Beulah Rutherford is Fort Niagara's house mistress. When they marry, it is a match made in Heaven. But after Jack engages in the Battle of Lake Erie he is captured by a band of renegade Senecas and forced to build arms for the British. When he finally escapes and returns home, him and Beulah must defend his honor...In 1812 began the second war for American Independence, where the English threatened the Patriots. Was there hope for a free nation?< Less
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Britain and its infallible Navy is threatening America’s shores. And in an age when a man’s faith is tested, it is not just a question of loyalty and bravery, it is a question of honor.... More > Jack Fenton is the U.S. Lieutenant sent to Fort Niagara to build up the garrison. Beulah Rutherford is Fort Niagara's house mistress. When they marry, it is a match made in Heaven. But after Jack engages in the Battle of Lake Erie he is captured by a band of renegade Senecas and forced to build arms for the British. When he finally escapes and returns home, him and Beulah must defend his honor...In 1812 began the second war for American Independence, where the English threatened the Patriots. Was there hope for a free nation?< Less

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