For over two centuries, American boys and girls have been thrilled with the true stories of the American Revolution. It was a deadly conflict that pitted the might of Great Britain against thirteen scattered colonies of farmers, storekeepers, pioneers, and fishermen. On the one side were British Redcoats and their hired Hessian comrades. On the other, Continental soldiers and militiamen clad in buckskin and homespun. Would the outnumbered Americans be able to defend their homes and their freedom? Here is a collection of exciting stories of battles from Lexington to Long Island, from the green fields of Bunker Hill to the deep snows of Quebec. Listen and cheer for the brave patriots of long ago!