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"Howard Fast is fiercely American, he is one of ours, one of our very best."-The Los Angeles TimesOne battle will determine the fate of BostonThree thousand soldiers from the world's greatest army are cornered in Boston, surrounded by farmers and doctors turned rebel soldiers and generals. For a week both sides are at an impasse, until June 17, 1775, when the standstill comes to a violent, bloody end on Breed's and Bunker hills. In Bunker Hill, master storyteller Howard Fast recounts the unlikely battle that changed the course of the Revolutionary War forever. Tensions rise among both the British and Colonial soldiers as political and tactical frustrations, dissent, confusion, and fear threaten to tear both sides apart before the fighting even begins."Fast is at his best as Storyteller."-Christian Science Monitor
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You are a Patriot in the American Revolution, ready to fight for independence and the right to prosper in this new land, OR . . . You are a British soldier, sent to fight for England against the American rebels, OR . . . You are a Boston civilian trying to make sense of the chaos overtaking your city.
State Shapes Massachusetts takes readers on a tour of one of our most historic states, one of the original thirteen colonies. From Plymouth Rock to Bunker Hill to the cranberry bogs of Cape Cod and the music of Tanglewood, there¿s plenty of history, culture, folklore, plants, animals, and more to be found in the state of Massachusetts¿and within the covers of State Shapes Massachusetts.
He fought for Washington, served with Lincoln, witnessed Bunker Hill, and sounded the clarion against slavery on the eve of the Civil War. He negotiated an end to the War of 1812, engineered the annexation of Florida, and won the Supreme Court decision that freed the African captives of The Amistad. He served his nation as minister to six countries, secretary of state, senator, congressman, and president.John Quincy Adams was all of these things and more. In this masterful biography, award winning author Harlow Giles Unger reveals Quincy Adams as a towering figure in the nation¿s formative years and one of the most courageous figures in American history, which is why he ranked first in John F. Kennedy¿s Pulitzer Prize winning Profiles in Courage.A magisterial biography and a sweeping panorama of American history from the Washington to Lincoln eras, Unger¿s John Quincy Adams follows one of America¿s most important yet least-known figures.
At the heart of the story of America¿s wars are our ¿citizen soldiers¿¿those hometown heroes who fought and sacrificed from Bunker Hill at Charlestown to Pointe du Hoc in Normandy, and beyond, without expectation of recognition or recompense. Americans like to think that the service of its citizen volunteers is, and always has been, of momentous importance in our politics and society. But though this has made for good storytelling, the reality of America¿s relationship to its veterans is far more complex. In Those Who Have Borne the Battle, historian and marine veteran James Wright tells the story of the long, often troubled relationship between America and those who have defended her¿from the Revolutionary War to today¿shedding new light both on our history and on the issues our country and its armed forces face today. From the beginning, American gratitude to its warriors was not a given. Prior to World War II, the prevailing view was that, as citizen soldiers, the service of its young men was the price of citizenship in a free society. Even Revolutionary War veterans were affectionately, but only temporarily, embraced, as the new nation and its citizens had much else to do. In time, the celebration of the nation¿s heroes became an important part of our culture, building to the response to World War II, where warriors were celebrated and new government programs provided support for veterans. The greater transformation came in the wars after World War II, as the way we mobilize for war, fight our wars, and honor those who serve has changed in drastic and troubling ways. Unclear and changing military objectives have made our actions harder for civilians to stand behind, a situation compounded by the fact that the armed forces have become less representative of American society as a whole. Few citizens join in the sacrifice that war demands. The support systems seem less and less capable of handling the increasing number of wounded warriors returning from our numerous and bewildering conflicts abroad. A masterful work of history, Those Who Have Borne the Battle expertly relates the burdens carried by veterans dating back to the Revolution, as well as those fighting today¿s wars. And it challenges Americans to do better for those who serve and sacrifice today.
Jeff Shaara dazzled readers with his bestselling novels Godsand Generals,The Last Full Measure, and Gone for Soldiers. Now the acclaimed author who illuminated the Civil War and the Mexican-American War brilliantly brings to life the American Revolution, creating a superb saga of the men who helped to forge the destiny of a nation.In 1770, the fuse of revolution is lit by a fateful command¿¿Fire!¿¿as England¿s peacekeeping mission ignites into the Boston Massacre. The senseless killing of civilians leads to a tumultuous trial in which lawyer John Adams must defend the very enemy who has assaulted and abused the laws he holds sacred.The taut courtroom drama soon broadens into a stunning epic of war as King George III leads a reckless and corrupt government in London toward the escalating abuse of his colonies. Outraged by the increasing loss of their liberties, an extraordinary gathering of America¿s most inspiring characters confronts the British presence with the ideals that will change history.John Adams, the idealistic attorney devoted to the law, who rises to greatness by the power of his words . . . Ben Franklin, one of the most celebrated men of his time, the elderly and audacious inventor and philosopher who endures firsthand the hostile prejudice of the British government . . . Thomas Gage, the British general given the impossible task of crushing a colonial rebellion without starting an all-out war . . . George Washington, the dashing Virginian whose battle experience in the French and Indian War brings him the recognition that elevates him to command of a colonial army . . . and many other immortal names from the Founding Family of the colonial struggle¿Abigail Adams, Thomas Jefferson, Joseph Warren, Samuel Adams, Richard Henry Lee¿ captured as never before in their full flesh-and-blood humanity.More than a powerful portrait of the people and purpose of the revolution, Rise to Rebellion is a vivid account of history¿s most pivotal events. The Boston Tea Party, the battles of Concord and Bunker Hill¿all are recreated with the kind of breathtaking detail only a master like Jeff Shaara can muster. His most impressive achievement, Rise to Rebellion reveals with new immediacy how philosophers became fighters, ideas their ammunition, and how a scattered group of colonies became the United States of America.
Contents Part I STORIES OF EXPLORERS AND PIONEERS 1. How the Vikings of Old Sought And Found New Lands 2. The Sea of Darkness And the Great Faith of Columbus 3. How Columbus Fared Forth Upon the Sea of Darkness And Came To Pleasant Lands Beyond 4. How Columbus Returned in Triumph 5. How America Was Named 6. How the Flag of England Was Planted on the Shores of the New World 7. How the Flag of France Was Planted in Florida 8. How the French Founded a Colony in Florida 9. How the Spaniards Drove the French Out of Florida 10. How a Frenchman Avenged the Death of His Countrymen 11. The Adventures of Sir Humphrey Gilbert 12. About Sir Walter Raleigh's Adventures in the Golden West Part II STORIES OF VIRGINIA 13. The Adventures of Captain John Smith 14. More Adventures of Captain John Smith 15. How the Colony Was Saved 16. How Pocahontas Took a Journey Over the Seas 17. How the Redmen Fought Against Their White Brothers 18. How Englishmen Fought a Duel With Tyranny 19. The Coming of the Cavaliers 20. Bacon's Rebellion 21. The Story of the Knights of the Golden Horseshoe Part III STORIES OF NEW ENGLAND 22. The Story of the Pilgrim Fathers 23. The Founding of Massachusetts 24. The Story of Harry Vane 25. The Story of Anne Hutchinson And the Founding of Rhode Island 26. The Founding of Harvard 27. How Quakers First Came To New England 28. How Maine And New Hampshire Were Founded 29. The Founding of Connecticut And War With the Indians 30. The Founding of New Haven 31. The Hunt For the Regicides 32. King Philip's War 33. How the Charter of Connecticut Was Saved 34. The Witches of Salem Part IV STORIES OF THE MIDDLE AND SOUTHERN COLONIES 35. The Founding of Maryland 36. How New Amsterdam Be Came New York 37. How a German Ruled New York 38. Pirates! 39. The Founding of New Jersey 40. The Founding of Pennsylvania 41. How Benjamin Franklin Came To Philadelphia 42. The Founding of North And South Carolina 43. War with the Indians in North and South Carolina 44. The Founding of Georgia Part V STORIES OF THE FRENCH IN AMERICA 45. How the Mississippi Was Discovered 46. King William's War And Queen Anne's War 47. The Mississippi Bubble 48. How a Terrible Disaster Befell the British Army 49. The End of French Rule in America 50. The Rebellion of Pontiac Part VI STORIES OF THE STRUGGLE FOR LIBERTY 51. The Boston Tea-Party 52. Paul Revere's Ride - The Unsheathing of the Sword 53. The First Thrust - The Battle Or Bunker Hill 54. The War in Canada 55. The Birth of a Great Nation 56. The Darkest Hour - Trenton And Princeton 57. Burgoyne's Campaign - Bennington And Oriskany 58. Burgoyne's Campaign - Bemis Heights And Saratoga 59. Brandywine - Germantown - Valley Forge 60. War on the Sea 61. The Battle of Monmouth - The Story of Captain Molly 62. The Story of a Great Crime 63. A Turning Point in the World's History Part VII STORIES OF THE UNITED STATES UNDER THE CONSTITUTION 64. Washington First in War, First in Peace 65. Adams - How He Kept Peace With France 66. Jefferson
This is the first book that offers a you-are-there look at the American Revolution through the eyes of the enlisted men. Through searing portraits of individual soldiers, Bruce Chadwick, author of George Washington's War, brings alive what it was like to serve then in the American army. With interlocking stories of ordinary Americans, he evokes what it meant to face brutal winters, starvation, terrible homesickness and to go into battle against the much-vaunted British regulars and their deadly Hessian mercenaries.The reader lives through the experiences of those terrible and heroic times when a fifteen-year-old fifer survived the Battle of Bunker Hill, when Private Josiah Atkins escaped unscathed from the bloody battles in New York and when a doctor and a minister shared the misery of the wounded and dying. These intertwining stories are drawn from their letters and never-before-quoted journals found in the libraries belonging to the camps where Washington quartered his troops during those desperate years.
This book is comprised of more than thirty patriotic themes that are important for students to know. Chord changes are included for teacher provided accompaniments. Additionally, the teacher may supply dynamic, articulation and phrase markings as the teacher feels appropriate. Songs include: Amazing Grace America America the Beautiful American Patrol Anchors Aweigh Battle Cry of Freedom, The Battle Hymn of the Republic Bugle Calls Bunker Hill Cassions Go Rolling Along, The Chester Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean Darling Nelly Gray Dixie Eternal Father, Strong to Save Faith of Our Fathers Hail, Columbia Hail to the Chief Liberty Song, The Marine¿s Hymn, The Maryland, Maryland Oh! Susanna Over There Star Spangled Banner, The Stars and Stripes Forever, The There¿ll Be a Hot Time When Johnny Comes Marching Home Yankee Doodle Yankee Doodle Boy Yellow Rose of Texas, The You¿re a Grand Old Flag
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It's Christmas Eve, Have you been good? Santa's packed up all the presents and is headed your way! With the help of a certain red-nosed reindeer, Santa flies over:¿ Bunker Hill Monument ¿Old North Church ¿Hancock Place ¿The Zakim ¿Boston Tea Party ship ¿Fenway Park ¿Old City Hall ¿Boston Lighthouse ¿Boston Public Library ¿Institute of Contemporary Art "Ho, ho ho!" laughs Santa. "Merry Christmas, Boston!"