Jack Jouett: Revolutionary Rider
The true story of how one man and his horse saved Thomas Jefferson and the entire Virginia General Assembly from capture by the British.
It was a Long Night for Sally Jouett
This is the story of Jack Jouett’s ride through the eyes of his horse.
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The Battle of Great Bridge on December 9, 1775, tells the story of how a group of militia men fought off the redcoats and won a decisive victory that pushed the British out of Virginia for four years. This victory laid the ground work for the eventual British defeat at Yorktown in 1781.
No Borrowed Glory is a historical novel set in July 1781. During the American Revolution, General Lord Cornwallis is marching through Virginia on his way to Yorktown. Thirteen year old Nathaniel Chiles desperately wants to help the patriot cause, but he finds it demands more wits and determination than he knows he has. Join him as he experiences actual events of the American Revolution.
History comes alive with the leaders and events that actually occurred.
Facts within the Fiction
Facts within the Fiction is a study guide explaining by chapter and page, the events, people and background information within the novel. 23 pages.
The Making of a Revolutionary Experience
The Making of a Revolutionary Experience contains indepth research material about the Revolutionary War events in 1781 around Eastern Virginia. 70 pages, indexed for your convenience.
History comes alive with the leaders and
events that actually occurred.