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Paperback, Published in Jan 2012 by Tate Publishing & Enterprises

ISBN10: 1613467001 | ISBN13: 9781613467008

Page count: 209

Where did we come from and where are we going? Who will lead and who will follow? The United States is a baby of a country. The Revolutionary War gave birth to the War of 1812, which shared a century with the American Civil War. As the nation grows, it needs only the best of citizens. John Payne just graduated from Transylvania Law School in Lexington, Kentucky, not into a life of mere work and play, but one where he must learn that love, war, and imminent death are all woven into the fabric of everyday life. John knows his country needs him, but that his family needs him even more. How will John and the Payne family deal with the pressing problems in this new country-war with England, westward expansion, the slave question-and how can he lead by example? What legacy will he leave for those who follow after him? The Payne family spreads from the rivers of Kentucky to the hills of Indiana, and on into the Midwestern plains, growing in both number and character-character that exemplified a country. Pioneers of Freedom explores the kinship between man, God, and country, and what it means to have loved and lost. For any lover of history, this book begs us to ask questions about those who have gone before us, but also about what legacy we ourselves will leave. Author Anne Elkins goes deep into her own past to decipher what is fact and what is fiction. It is this history, laced with great men as well as lesser ones, that beckons us all to look at how we arrived in this country.

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