Table of contents for Extraordinary patriots of the United States of America : Colonial times to pre-Civil War / Nancy Robinson Masters.

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Introduction
Benjamin Franklin
1706-1790
The Wise and Witty Founding Father
Roger Sherman
1721-1793
The Shoemaker Who Became the Signer
Samuel Adams
1722-1803
The Son of Liberty
James Otis
1725-1783
Colonial America's Flame of Fire
George Mason
1725-1792
The Forgotten Founding Father
Caesar Rodney
1728-1784
Delaware Hero in the Vote for Independence
Mercy Otis Warren
1728-1814
First Lady of the Revolution
Charles Thomson
1729-1824
The Man Who Told the Truth
Baron Friedrich von Steuben
1730-1794
Prussian Volunteer Who Trained American to Fight
Benjamin Edes
1732-1803
Voice of the Sons of Liberty
Richard Henry Lee
1732-1794
Writer of Resolutions for Revolution
Francis Marion
1732-1795
The Swamp Fox
George Washington
1732-1799
The Father of Our Country
Robert Morris
1734-1806
The Man Who Financed the Revolution
Paul Revere
1735-1818
A Son of Liberty Who Rode into History
Patrick Henry
1736-1799
The Son of Thunder
John Adams
1735-1826
Preserver of Liberty
John Hancock
1737-1793
The Man with the Bold Hand
Thomas Paine
1737-1809
The Common Sense Patriot
Ethan Allen and the Green Mountain Boys
1738-1789
Men of Independence
Mary Kathrine Goddard
1738-1816
First Printer of the Signed Declaration of Independence
John Paul Jones
1747-1792
Father of the American Navy
Nathanael Greene
1742-1786
Faithful, Fighting General
Thomas Jefferson
1743-1826
Architect of Freedom
John Jay
1745-1829
First Justice of the Supreme Court
Anthony Wayne
1745-1796
Found Wherever There Was a Fight
Benjamin Rush
1745-1813
Surgeon General of the Continental Army
Bernardo de Galvez
1746-1786
Hispanic Hero of the Revolution
Tadeusz Kosciuszko
1746-1817
Polish Engineer for Freedom
Casimir Pulaski
1747-1779
Father of the American Cavalry
Henry Knox
1750-1806
The "Ox" of the Revolutionary War
The Liberty Bell
1751-Present
A Chime That Changed the World
Margaret Cochran Corbin
1751-1800
First Woman Wounded on the Battlefield
James Madison
1751-1836
Champion for the Constitution
George Rogers Clark
1752-1818
The Great Long Knife
Betsy Ross
1752-1836
The Woman Behind the Legend of the Stars and Stripes
Nathan Hale
1755-1776
Schoolteacher Spy
Jack Jouett
1754-1822
The Other Midnight Rider
Mary Hays McCauley
c. 1754-January 22, 1822
Molly Pitcher
Dr. James Thacher
1754-1844
Surgeon, Soldier, Scribe
Alexander Hamilton
1755-1804
Extreme Soldier and Statesman
John Trumbull
1756-1843
Artist of the Revolution
Marquis de Lafayette
1757-1834
French Hero of the American Revolution
James Monroe
1758-1831
The Protection Policy President
Deborah Samson Gannett (aka) Robert Shurtleff)
1760-1827
Soldier in Disguise
Sybil Ludington
1761-1839
Heroine Who Rode For Freedom
Emily Geiger
c. 1763-1825
Legendary Messenger from South Carolina
John Quincy Adams
1767-1848
The President Who Would Not Quit
Andrew Jackson
1767-1845
Hero of New Orleans
Dolley Madison
1768-1849
Patriot of the People's House
African American Patriots
1770-1783
First to Fight for American's Freedom
Sequoyah (aka George Gist or Guess)
c. 1770-1845
Cherokee Warrior
American Jewish Patriots
1775-1850
Soldiers and Supporters of Freedom
George Gibson, Jr.
1775-1861
Father of the Army Food Service
Drummers and Fifers
1775-Present
Winning Independence One Beat at a Time
The Oneida
1775-1794
Native American Patriots
The Declaration of Independence
1776-Present
Birth Certificate of the Nation
Daughters of Liberty
1776-1783
Women Who Served in the Revolutionary War
The Culpeper Ring
1788-1783
Master Spies of the American Revolution
The Star-Spangled Banner
1780-Present
The National Anthem of the United States of America
The Purple Heart
1782-Present
First Award for the Common Soldier
Zachary Taylor
1784-1850
"Rough and Ready" Soldier
The Constitution
1787-Present
Chart of Freedom
Publius
1787-1788
Author of the Federalist Papers
Sam Houston
1793-1863
"The Raven" Who Refused to Secede
For Further Reading
Index
About the Author

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

United States -- Biography -- Juvenile literature.
United States -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775 -- Biography -- Juvenile literature.
United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Biography -- Juvenile literature.
United States -- History -- 1783-1865 -- Biography -- Juvenile literature.