Woods Runner - American Spirit, Chapter 10, The Hessians and Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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American Spirit, Chapter 10, The Hessians and Chapter 11 Summary

"American Spirit" explains that the American colonists had an advantage over the British troops because they were fighting on their home ground in defense of their own homes. The British soldiers were often sickly and were fighting far from their homes.

In Chapter 10, Samuel wakes, dresses and eats with the small group of men who saved him. Without speaking, the men load up their gear and put it on a skid pulled behind an ox, then begin walking in a line down the path. Samuel is still weak and has trouble keeping up, but he hangs behind with the ox, holding onto its yoke at times to be pulled along. He has not asked the men what they are doing and since nobody is speaking he does not feel he can...

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