American Revolution

A Primary Source History of the Colony of Georgia (Unabridged)

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Take a step back and discover the 13 colonies of Colonial America. From European exploration through the American Revolution, witness the unique history and character of each colony. Trace the role of each colony in the American Revolution and that colony's impact on the formation of our Constitution.

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A Primary Source History of the Colony of Georgia (Unabridged)

The Astonishing Life of Octavian Nothing: Volume 2: The Kingdom On the Waves (Unabridged)

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"Such is our task, and such lies before us all: Liberty or Death."

In the summer of 1775, fleeing from a death sentence, Octavian and his tutor, Dr. Trefusis, escape through rising tides and pouring rain to find shelter in British-occupied Boston.

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The Astonishing Life of Octavian Nothing: Volume 2: The Kingdom On the Waves (Unabridged)

Chains (Unabridged)

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Freedom. In 1776 New England, that word is on everyone's lips. But for 13-year-old Isabel, the word holds a different meaning, especially after the only mistress she has ever known dies, and instead of receiving the freedom promised, she and her younger sister, Ruth, are sold to the Locktons, a wealthy New York family.

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Chains (Unabridged)

Magic Tree House #22: Revolutionary War On Wednesday (Unabridged)

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The Magic Tree House whisks Jack and Annie back to Colonial America. They arrive just as General George Washington is planning the crossing of the Delaware. Before they know it, Jack and Annie are in a boat with the Father of Our Country as history is made!

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Magic Tree House #22: Revolutionary War On Wednesday (Unabridged)

The Journey of the One and Only Declaration of Independence

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The Declaration of Independence has been around through every stage of American History and its journey is followed through pivotal points in U.S.

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The Journey of the One and Only Declaration of Independence

John, Paul, George and Ben

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According to the author, John (Hancock), Paul (Revere), George (Washington), Ben (Franklin), and Independent Tom (Jefferson) were always getting into trouble together as boys before getting into bi

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John, Paul, George and Ben

Jean Fritz: Six Revolutionary War Figures

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Ben Franklin, Samuel Adams, John Hancock, Paul Revere, Patrick Henry, and King George III were all integral in the vivid tale of the American Revolution.

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Jean Fritz: Six Revolutionary War Figures

And Then What Happened, Paul Revere?

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Jean Fritz gives us an inside look not only into the details of Paul Revere’s famous ride into Lexington, but into the very nature of Paul Revere himself.

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And Then What Happened, Paul Revere?

The American Revolution (1996, 2003)

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This exciting program uncovers the seeds of the American Revolution and explains that the causes were rooted in England's imperial policies. It introduces the resistance leaders, Patriots and Loyalists, and the events leading to the Boston Massacre. See how the Coercive Acts, passed in response to the Boston Tea Party, helped unite the colonies.

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The American Revolution

18th Century Turning Points in U.S. History 1736-1766 (2003)

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As the 18th century dawned on the North American continent, four powers - the French, the Spanish, the British and the Native Americans were competing to see who would control this remarkable land. However, after half a century of almost continuous wars, a new entity emerged: The Americans.

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18th Century Turning Points in U.S. History 1736-1766

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