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Jennie Coit, standing close beside Ogden, moved behind him and put her cheek
against his back. "Lieutenant Solomon and Sergeant Clark," Rogers said, "you're
in charge of the women. Choose five men, each of you, and get going.
She dropped her bundle and kettle. "My land !" she cried. "How'd you ever get
here? How's your side?" "It's all right. All right, Jennie. How've you been? I didn't
know — I hope — by James, Jennie, I thought we werent going to get through.
Ogden's gaze followed hers. He turned helplessly to me: then back to Jennie. He
seemed confused and slow-witted. "No, Jennie," he said. "No. Now wait. Now
wait, Jennie. You can't do that. You — your " She turned on him. "Can't do what!
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - dandelionroots - LibraryThing
During the French and Indian War, a New Englander desires to paint Indians and is met with derision. He stumbles upon Major Robert Rogers (of Rogers' Rangers) and inadvertently gives him the idea to ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - stonelea - LibraryThing
Read in 2008 Recommended great read as part of the early series of books that were written by KR in the 1940's. He was considered to be a very accurate historian and his books bring all that the revolutionaries suffered to make our country free. Read full review