THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY COLLECTION
DRUMS ALONG THE MOHAWK
DRUMS ALONG THE MOHAWK,
Walter D. Edmonds wrote about the area of upstate New York,
and detailed the lives of pioneer farmers along the Mohawk River during the American Revolution.
Edmonds wrote "The Matchlock Gun,"
which was about a 10-year-old boy defending his home against Indians in colonial New York,
and won the Newbery Medal for Children's Literature in 1942.
He also wrote about four women captives of Indians in 1778
in his 1947 book "In the Hands of the Senecas,"
Edmonds' books are considered the richest body of fiction
about the time and region since the works of James Fenimore Cooper.
The initial sets for this series will include militia,
wagoneers, and more girls with guns,
all suitable for the American Revolution and French and Indian War periods.
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JOHN JENKINS DESIGNS
UNIT 6E, TOWER 2,
KING LEY INDUSTRIAL BUILDING,
33-35 YIP KAN STREET,
WONG CHUK HANG,
Tel: 852 9041 9065