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Harlow, Joan Hiatt.
New York : M.K. McElderry Books, c2005.
IL 5-8, RL 5.5
ISBN 0689870094
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The year -- 1775.  The place -- Boston.  Set during the eve of the Revolutionary war, this is the story of 14 year old Hannah.  She is orphaned and her aunt sells her into servitude to a British general.  In fact, to General Thomas Gage, the British colonial governor in Boston.  It is here that Hannah overhears the British plans and tells neighbor Paul Revere about what the British are planning.  She even braves bad weather to ride to Salem to warn the town that the British plan to take the guns away from the residents.  Ride along with Hannah and play your part in the American Revolution.
SUBJECTS:     Spies -- Fiction.
                        Orphans -- Fiction.
                        Household employees -- Fiction.
                        Sex role -- Fiction.
                        Horses -- Fiction.
                        United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Fiction.
                        Massachusetts -- History 1775-1865 -- Fiction.
                        Spy stories.
                        Historical fiction.

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