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Children learn about the beginning of democracy in America.

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James witnesses the battle at Bunker Hill; Sarah searches for a British officer; Henri is a messenger.
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James unknowingly befriends a British spy; Sarah and Moses help fix George Washington's carriage.
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James learns about the settlers' struggles in the New Hampshire Grants; Sarah looks for a place to settle in the Green Mountains.
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James, from the view of the Minutemen, and Sarah, who's with the British forces, report on the "shot heard 'round the world" at Lexington.
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Sarah meets Capt. Molly at Fort Tryon; James' confidence in George Washington wavers; Moses gives Henri reading lessons.
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James and Sarah witness Nathan Hale's commitment to independence.
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Sarah reports on the loyalists' opinion of the revolution in New York; James escapes with the Continental Army to Manhattan.
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James and Sarah meet Thomas Jefferson and witness the writing of the Declaration of Independence.
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The gang reports on a sea monster in New York harbor, then meets submarine inventor David Bushnell.
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James, Sarah and Henri meet Thomas Paine and hear his beliefs on the common man and independence.
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Patriot mail falls into British hands; James and Sarah evade British troops while carrying important letters to New York.
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Washington organizes the Continental Army; James goes with Henry Knox to retrieve cannons at Fort Ticonderoga.

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