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John Treegate's Musket (Living History Library) [Paperback]

By Leonard Wibberley (Author)
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Item description for John Treegate's Musket (Living History Library) by Leonard Wibberley...

It is 1769, ten years since America's colonial militia had joined with the British regular army and defeated the French for dominion of Canada. The current of feeling about what it means to be loyal to the King has changed. While many colonists are angry about England's unjust taxation, wealthy merchant John Treegate remains fiercely loyal and certain that an agreement can be reached between the colonies and their mother country. Deciding to travel to England to appeal to the government there means leaving his motherless, eleven-year-old son Peter on his own, apprenticed to one of Treegate's friends, a manufacturer of barrel staves. Peter's new master is not severe, but the senior apprentice is a vicious bully and worse. A chain of events leads to trouble for Peter---involving murder, shipwreck, loss of memory, adoption by a strange and bitter Scotsman, until finally he is reunited with his father on the eve of America's battle for independence. First title in the acclaimed Treegate Series.

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It is 1769, ten years since America's colonial militia had joined with the British regular army and defeated the French for dominion of Canada. The current of feeling about what it means to be loyal to the King has changed. While many colonists are angry about England's unjust taxation, wealthy merchant John Treegate remains fiercely loyal and certain that an agreement can be reached between the colonies and their mother country. Deciding to travel to England to appeal to the government there means leaving his motherless, eleven-year-old son Peter on his own, apprenticed to one of Treegate's friends, a manufacturer of barrel staves. Peter's new master is not severe, but the senior apprentice is a vicious bully and worse. A chain of events leads to trouble for Peter??????involving murder, shipwreck, loss of memory, adoption by a strange and bitter Scotsman, until finally he is reunited with his father on the eve of America's battle for independence. First title in the Treegate Series.

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Studio: Bethlehem Books
Pages   173
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 0.5" Width: 5.5" Height: 8.5"
Weight:   0.6 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Sep 1, 2007
Publisher   Bethlehem books
Grade Level  High School  
Age  9-12
Series  Living History Library  
Series Number  1  
ISBN  1932350160  
ISBN13  9781932350166  


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John Treegate's Musket  Feb 3, 2006
Not only does Peter live an exiting life but he gets to visit some strange places as well. As you know Peter is made cabin boy on a ship on the high seas but the ship makes a stop at a French island and although it is beautiful with strange birds flying around, it is filled with disease and poverty. When they get away from the dreadful island the ship is sunk in a hurricane and the Maclearen of Spey saves Peter. The Maclearan of Spey is a mountain man and lives in a heavily wooded forest filled with rattle snakes, bears, goats, deer and more. Last but certainly Peter finds himself in a beautiful field with a sunny sky only to fight in the Revolutionary war. I haven't been to places like this... have you?
 

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