My Brother Sam Is Dead - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11 Summary

Tim fetches Dr. Hobart, and while the doctor rides quickly to the tavern, Tim walks back slowly. He cleans himself up in the barn and goes in to the tavern to find that many of the townspeople have gathered there. Dr. Hobart gives the injured man rum to drink and then removes the ball. The injured man is drunk, but he manages to tell the story of riding up to try to warn them that the British are after the munitions store in Danbury. General Arnold and General Silliman have been chasing the British, trying to catch them before they reach it. Tim is excited because he remembers that Sam is with Benedict Arnold's men, and this means he might be coming to Redding.

Captain Betts comes running into the tavern. The British have released most of the men they captured, but they...

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