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*** An American Library Association Notable Children's Book ***
The year is 1777, and America is in danger of losing the Revolutionary War because of the British blockade...
Benjamin Franklin is sent to Paris to seek an alliance with France, but how will he ever be able to convince the French that the American battle is worth joining--especially when the French are still licking their wounds from their own loss to the mighty British Navy?
Franklin's only chance to prove the British Navy is not invincible--and that the American colonists are determined to fight to the end--is to put one unlikely fisherman from Massachusetts named Peace of God Manly (whom we met in Peter Treegate's War) in command of the sloop of war Hornet with orders to attack British ships in their own waters.
In this third book in the Treegate Series, Leonard Wibberley paints an exciting and authentic picture of this neglected but critical chapter in the Revolutionary War, mixing real historical figures such as George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, and the Earl of Sandwich with the fiery, cunning, and devout sea captain from Salem.
Readers will learn about the Revolutionary War from the American, British and French points of view.
Sea Captain from Salem is the third in a seven-book series, which makes a great companion to a study of the Revolutionary War era.
Recommended by the Seton Home Study Grade 8.
THE TREEGATE BOOK SERIES:
Book 1: John Treegate's Musket
Book 2: Peter Treegate's War
Book 3: Sea Captain from Salem
Book 4: Treegate's Raiders
Book 5: Leopard's Prey
Book 6: Red Pawns
Book 7: The Last Battle
Each book in the series is complete to itself and can be enjoyed if read in any order. However, for greatest reading pleasure, it's recommended that the books be read in sequence.