Annotations for Henry and the Cannons : An Extraordinary True Story of the American Revolution


Baker & Taylor
Illustrated with evocative artwork, an account of bookseller Henry Knox's heroic contributions during the Revolutionary War describes how he dragged 59 cannons to Boston across 225 miles filled with danger and hardship.

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Baker & Taylor
Presents an illustrated account of bookseller Henry Knox's heroic contributions during the Revolutionary War, describing how he dragged fifty-nine cannons to Boston across 225 miles filled with danger and hardship.

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McMillan Palgrave

Before Washington crossed the Delaware, Henry Knox crossed Massachusetts in winter--with 59 cannons in tow.

In 1775 in the dead of winter, a bookseller named Henry Knox dragged 59 cannons from Fort Ticonderoga to Boston--225 miles of lakes, forest, mountains, and few roads. It was a feat of remarkable ingenuity and determination and one of the most remarkable stories of the revolutionary war. In Henry and the Cannons the perils and adventure of his journey come to life through Don Brown's vivid and evocative artwork.

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