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With Fire and Sword
by James L. Nelson
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If Lexington and Concord was the shot heard around the world, then Bunker Hill was the volley that rocked Parliament and King George III. Here is the dramatic story of the fight that changed the face of the Revolution.
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St. Martin's Press, LLC
9780312576448

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