Peter Treegates War Treegate #2 PDF ê Treegates War

Peter Treegates War Treegate #2 PDF ê Treegates War



3 thoughts on “Peter Treegates War Treegate #2

  1. Matt Matt says:

    I originally read this book when I was maybe 12 years old I've now read it again 33 years later I had forgotten the part about the McLaren of Spey and it probably didn't mean much to me on the first read but now that I've been to Scotland and done uite a lot of reading on the same it was uite a bit significant On to book #3


  2. Rose Rose says:

    Three cheers for historical accuracy and for Scots in AmericaI came back to re read this after The Outlander misrepresented Scottish Catholics as whoremongering immoral drunkards It made me feel a little better that at least there are some accounts left of these larger than life warriors who left their mark so strongly on our culture I especially like how the author's main character is developed by several influences making him a true American


  3. Curtiss Curtiss says:

    Continues the saga of the American Revolution as experienced by Peter Treegate; see John Treegate's Musket for the 1st book in the series


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Peter Treegates War Treegate #2 [Download] ✤ Peter Treegates War Treegate #2 Author Leonard Wibberley – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk The story picks up where the first Treegate series book ended at the Battle of Bunker’s Hill Peter and the Maclaren are captured by the British and placed on a prison ship in Boston HarborThey escap The story picks up where the first War Treegate PDF/EPUB ç Treegate series book ended at the Battle Peter Treegates PDF/EPUB ² of Bunker’s Hill Peter and the Maclaren are captured by the British and placed on Treegates War Treegate PDF/EPUB ã a prison ship in Boston HarborThey escape with the help of Peace of God Manly a New England sea captain and the three become part of the crew of a ship carrying gunpowder to the Colonial army in BostonThe story takes them from Boston to New York to the crossing of the Delaware and back to the mountains of South Carolina.