HENRY KNOX'S NOBLE TRAIN: The Story of a Boston Bookseller's Heroic Expedition That Saved the American Revolution
During the brutal winter of 1775-1776, an untested Boston bookseller named Henry Knox commandeered an oxen train hauling sixty tons of cannons and other artillery from Fort Ticonderoga near the Canadian border. This is the story of how he and his men journeyed three hundred miles south and east to supply George Washington for his ultimately victorious attack on the British. Color illus.
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