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"Whatever ye do, lad, donnae take yer eyes off his vitals."
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1. First blood, 1740

2. Good neighbors?

3. Scalping

4. Is he safe?

5. Don't rock the boat

6. Roguish preaching

7. Roast

8. Podunk schoolmaster

9. Wet powder

10. Footprint in the snow

11. Footprints in the sand

12. Jenkins's ear and war

13. French guns

14. Shelter from stormy blasts

15. Eagles' wings

16. Sharp discovery

17. Painted visitors

18. Savage treachery

19. Stinking, rotten fish

20. Poor ignorant savage

21. Roland's arrow

22. Guns or books?

23. Hell fire (Angry God)

24. Real repentance

25. Flames and war!

26. The price of corn

27. The price of gun powder

28. Shoot strait

29. Astonishing!

30. Roland to war

31. Dead or alive?

32. Enemy engagemetn

33. Ambush!

34. Ian's prisoners

35. The guns of Louisbourg

36. Under fire!

37. On the beach

38. Risky business

39. The guns of the royal battery

40. Friendly fire

41. Loss and capitulation

42. Paddle to college

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In Connecticut in the 1740s, Ian learns much from his grandfather, maintains a friendship with an old Algonquin Indian, faces uprisings, King George's War, and the bitter aftermath of the siege of Louisbourg, remaining true throughout to the Presbyterian faith that drew his family there from Scotland.… (more)

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