American Revolution Essay | Edward Trent and His Pursuit of Freedom: America at War With Britain

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Edward Trent and His Pursuit of Freedom: America at War With Britain

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PART I

"I'm sorry sir, but you'll have to move back to the town. It's very dangerous for you here now." The Redcoat of the British army informed Edward Trent Jr.

"I don't see why I should have to move! This is not England you know! I have knifes and a gun for protection. Do you think I am incapable of defending myself against the savages? Be gone soldier, and tell your commanding officer that there will be no trouble here." Replied Dr. Trent.

"I'll see that he knows sir, please, we fear for the lives of all citizens living west of the Appalachians." Urged the Redcoat. Edward closed the door to his cabin and pondered the logic of the Britain's new proclamation. It was 1763; Britain had had interests on this continent for over 143 years, when the Mayflower...

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