This 6-CD collection of extraordinary stories brings to life the heroes and heroines that helped shape a new nation. You’ll enjoy these potraits of courage and determination in the face of adversity. Great listening for the whole family. (Each CD is approximately one hour in length.) Narrated by Uncle Dan and Aunt Carole.
- PAUL REVERE -PATRIOT SILVERSMITH Early events in the Revolution, Boston Tea Party
- PAUL REVERE AND THE ROAD TO REVOLUTION Incidents that led to open rebellion
- PAUL REVERE’S FAMOUS RIDE Revere’s historic ride
- PAUL REVERE AND THE SHOTS AT LEXINGTON The Revolution’s first shots.
- ELI WHITNEY-BOY CRAFTSMAN Eli shows ingenuity and promise
- ELI WHITNEY-MASTER MECHANIC Eli invents the cotton gin
- MARY JEMISON-GIRL CAPTIVE a young teen is captured by Indians
- MARY JEMISON-SENECA SQUAW Mary grows up with the Senecas
- SYBIL LUDINGTON-GIRL PATRIOT a 16-year-old girl makes a dangerous ride to warn that the British are attacking
- LUCRETIA MOTT Quaker girl grows up and becomes a defender of human rights
- GOLD, LONELINESS AND LETTERS The California Gold Rush creates a need for more rapid mail delivery
- THUNDERING HOOFBEATS The beginnings of the Pony Express