THE FIGHTING QUAKER by Frank B. Latham

THE FIGHTING QUAKER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The story of General Nathanael Greene's campaigns with the Army of the South during the Revolutionary War is exciting reading for anyone gripped by the emergencies that dog a makeshift, guerilla warfare. Greene's early life is well portrayed too. Convincing accounts are given of his decision to go against his Quaker faith to be a patriot, as well as his magnanimity and the hard won tactical skill that made his choice as the man to help Francis Marion an excellent one.

Pub Date: Sept. 14th, 1953
Publisher: Aladdin Books