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The Perils of Patriotism [Book 4 of “Revolutionary Lancaster” Series]


Book 4 in the “Revolutionary Lancaster” series focuses on an account of the 1775-1776 American Army campaign against Quebec as seen by a young Lancaster County soldier of seventeen, fighting with Benedict Arnold’s forces.

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This is the stirring tale of a youthful adventurer who accompanied the Continental forces in an attempt to gain a fourteenth colony back in 1775. 

Sam Walker leads us through the journey of John Joseph Henry from his home in Lancaster to Maine and then to captivity in Canada. The youth was just seventeen when he defied his family’s wishes by dashing off to join Benedict Arnold’s ill-fated expedition. 

This book is a soft cover, 41 pages. Copyright 1975. It is the fourth book in the “Revolutionary Lancaster” series. Written by J. Samuel Walker.

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Weight 3.6 oz
Dimensions 8.5 × 5.5 × .25 in

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