They called him “the Fighting Quaker.” Nathanael Greene was a New England farm boy who didn’t fit the mold into which he was born. During the Revolutionary War, he was the general in command of the southern branch of Washington’s army. Always outnumbered and under-supplied, Greene combined the guerilla band of Francis Marion, the Swamp Fox with the sharp shooting troops of Dan Morgan to foil the Redcoats and the Tories in battle after battle.
Now, through the eyes of two young patriot lads who served under Greene, the War of Independence rages once again. There was always plenty of adventure and of danger too, for those who fought “Under Greene’s Banner.”