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Children learn about the beginning of democracy in America.

Latest episodes

aired 113 days ago
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.
aired 114 days ago
James and Henri follow the efforts of Gen. Nathanael Greene; Sarah's enraged when she finds out Thomas Jefferson keeps slaves.
aired 115 days ago
Sarah meets Deborah Samson; James and Henri witness arguments between Gens. Washington and Rochambeau.
aired 118 days ago
Sarah is upset by Benedict Arnold's act of treason, and views it as a personal blow.
aired 119 days ago
James sees the terrible acts committed by the Iroquois and colonists in New York; Sarah is reunited with Abigail Adams.
aired 120 days ago
Sarah returns to Philadelphia; Henri has a scuffle with a boy who makes comments against Ben Franklin.
aired 121 days ago
James and Henri sail down the Mississippi River seeking Bernardo de Galvez; Sarah tells her mother she intends to return to Philadelphia.
aired 122 days ago
Sarah is shipwrecked when sailing to England and is saved by John Paul Jones.
aired 125 days ago
Sarah decides to return to England after reuniting with her father in Ohio; James reports on the repercussions of inflation.
aired 126 days ago
Henri befriends Abraham Nimham; Sarah and Moses watch Congress debate over the Articles of Confederation.
aired 127 days ago
James learns about religious freedom from Moses Michael Hayes; Sarah and Henri are in occupied Philadelphia.
aired 128 days ago
James and Sarah see the hardship that foot soldiers endure during the war; Washington faces betrayal.
aired 129 days ago
James witnesses the Battle of Saratoga; Sarah sees Benedict Arnold's heroics.
aired 132 days ago
Marquis de Lafayette offers his services to Congress; James and Sarah follow the Marquis to the field at Brandywine.
aired 133 days ago
Sarah contracts a serious case of smallpox; James goes with Alexander Hamilton to the army camp at Morristown.
aired 134 days ago
James and Sarah worry when British spy John Honeyman is captured.
aired 135 days ago
The gang reunites with Thomas Paine; Washington is under pressure to win a battle.
aired 136 days ago
Sarah meets Capt. Molly at Fort Tryon; James' confidence in George Washington wavers; Moses gives Henri reading lessons.
aired 139 days ago
James and Sarah witness Nathan Hale's commitment to independence.
aired 140 days ago
Moses resolves to open a school for free black children; Sarah reunites with her parents; the Constitution.
aired 140 days ago
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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