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Good. Countryman Press, Vermont [Published date: 1991]. Soft cover, 62 pp. 1991 reprint edition. In good+ condition. Glossy illustrated Soft covers have light bumping and creasing to edges and corners of covers with a bit of upturn to the front cover. Light overall scuffing to covers as well. Binding tight. Pages clean and unmarked with a few corner creases. NOT Ex-Library. No remainder marks. Illustrations by Florence Baker Karpin. [From rear cover] The crucial battles in Bennington and Saratoga in 1777 crystallize the dramatic, true stories of the nine Pennock Brothers from Stratford, Vermont, eight of whom joined Burgoyne's forces. Huntington tells how conflicting loyalties divided family and community and, following the family's fortunes up to the turn of the nineteenth century, how both ultimately came back together again. With this affecting tale of life in Revolutionary War-era Vermont, Huntington sets the stage for the turbulent period of independence leading to Vermont's accession to statehood in 1791...Lee Pennock Huntington, who lives in Norwich, Vermont, is the author of Hill Song, a Book of the Month Club selection, and several other books for young readers. She is also book editor for ermont Sunday Magazine. Illustrator Florence Baker Karpin, is a Vermont portrait artist.
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