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The Spy, Cooper, James Fenimore
1 Cooper, James Fenimore The Spy
Popular Library Paperback Very good 
The spy was a mysterious stranger who, one dayearly in the American Revolution, found his way to a Virginia plantation and asked for lodging. Was he the simple peddler he claimed to be? Or a British agent in disguise? Or was he General Washington's personal emissary on a mission that would change the course of history? 
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From Sea to Shining Sea 1787 - 1837, Marshall, Peter and David Manuel
2 Marshall, Peter and David Manuel From Sea to Shining Sea 1787 - 1837
Revell 2009 0800719433 / 9780800719432 Hardcover New 
In From Sea to Shining Sea history buffs are transported back to the post-revolutionary era to discover how God intervened on behalf of a struggling nation. This fast-paced, absorbing narrative and sequel to the bestselling The Light and the Glory covers that fragile time in America's history from 1787 to 1837 when a newborn nation faced challenges and overcame her growing pains by clinging to her Christian heritage. 
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Brave Enemies, Morgan, Robert
3 Morgan, Robert Brave Enemies
Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill 2003 1565123565 / 9781565123564 Hardcover Very Good 
In the 1780s, unrest ruled the Carolinas. Settlers were arriving to clear forest glades and ridges as the Cherokees withdrew; British forces were pillaging as the patriots mustered for battle. Robert Morgan's stunning new novel tells a story of two young people caught in the chaos and war raging in the wilderness. Only sixteen years old, Josie Summers murders her abusive stepfather and, wearing his clothes to disguise herself as a man, flees the family farm. Almost immediately lost in the snowy woods, she accepts a young Methodist preacher's invitation to assist in his itinerant ministry. When Joseph's true identity is revealed, the Reverend John Trethman is racked with guilt at having shared his home with a young woman and then falling in love with her. His solution is to marry Josie, performing as both minister and bridegroom. Not long after their wedding, John is kidnapped by British soldiers and forced to minister to their wounded and bury their dead. Josie again disguises herself as a man and joins the North Carolina militia to avoid being taken for a spy. On January 17, 1781, in a wooded pasture called the Cowpens, Josie is gravely wounded in the patriots' victorious battle and despairs of ever seeing John again. Robert Morgan's description of the battle of Cowpens is as vivid and intense as any in Revolutionary War literature. Brave Enemies is a story of romance and enduring love, of the struggle to build a homeland as one era is dying and another age of freedom and discovery is being born. Show more Show less 
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