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Children learn about the beginning of democracy in America.

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James learns about mob rule when a British sailor is tarred and feathered; Sarah and Henri meet Abigail Adams.
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While in hiding, Sarah hears the stories of poet Phyllis Wheatley and learns about slavery.
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Ben Franklin, Moses and James discover disguised colonists raiding the tea-laden ship that Sarah is aboard.
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Moses resolves to open a school for free black children; Sarah reunites with her parents; the Constitution.
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Sarah resolves to fight for civil rights; Ben Franklin hopes King George will surrender the colonies after the battle at Yorktown.
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Mrs. Radcliffe tells Sarah the fate of the loyalists; Lafayette invites Henri to live with him in France; Ben Franklin returns from Europe.
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James tells Sarah and Henri of an attempted military coup; Washington offers his resignation to Congress.
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Moses' brother fights for the British; Moses joins the American mining corps to search for his brother; battle of Yorktown.
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Sarah and Henri worry about the fate of slave James Armistead; James follows Washington and Henry Knox; Moses learns his brother Cato is fighting with Cornwallis.
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James and Henri follow the efforts of Gen. Nathanael Greene; Sarah's enraged when she finds out Thomas Jefferson keeps slaves.
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Sarah meets Deborah Samson; James and Henri witness arguments between Gens. Washington and Rochambeau.
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Sarah is upset by Benedict Arnold's act of treason, and views it as a personal blow.
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James sees the terrible acts committed by the Iroquois and colonists in New York; Sarah is reunited with Abigail Adams.
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Sarah returns to Philadelphia; Henri has a scuffle with a boy who makes comments against Ben Franklin.
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James and Henri sail down the Mississippi River seeking Bernardo de Galvez; Sarah tells her mother she intends to return to Philadelphia.
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Sarah is shipwrecked when sailing to England and is saved by John Paul Jones.
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Sarah decides to return to England after reuniting with her father in Ohio; James reports on the repercussions of inflation.
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Henri befriends Abraham Nimham; Sarah and Moses watch Congress debate over the Articles of Confederation.
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James learns about religious freedom from Moses Michael Hayes; Sarah and Henri are in occupied Philadelphia.
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James and Sarah see the hardship that foot soldiers endure during the war; Washington faces betrayal.
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James witnesses the Battle of Saratoga; Sarah sees Benedict Arnold's heroics.

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