SONS OF LIBERTY by Gertrude Robinson

SONS OF LIBERTY

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The first David, son of liberty, dates back to 1890, and a courageous pioneer lad. Then, down the century, to another David who inherited his spirit, and who did mightily his part to bring independence to the country he loved, when pranks and fool-hardiness gave way to stern necessity for sharing the responsibilities and the challenges of his elders- and the second David was not found wanting. One gets a sense of what the war meant to youngsters then. Unprepossessing looking.

Publisher: Dutton