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Young Jeremy had hunted rabbit and squirrel many times with his father in the woods near their farm. He was a good marksman with his musket. On April 19, 1775, he was one of those alerted by Paul...read more
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Young Jeremy had hunted rabbit and squirrel many times with his father in the woods near their farm. He was a good marksman with his musket. On April 19, 1775, he was one of those alerted by Paul Revere to the British march to Concord.
The redcoats were coming! And Jeremy hurried to assume his assigned place in the Minuteman plan ... sniper behind a stone wall to hunt the Young Jeremy had hunted rabbit and squirrel many times with his father in the woods near their farm. He was a good marksman with his musket.
On April 19, 1775, he was one of those alerted by Paul Revere to the British march to Concord. The redcoats were coming! And Jeremy hurried to assume his assigned place in the Minuteman plan ... sniper behind a stone wall to hunt the redcoats.
He had practiced, he was ready. All he had to do was wait. Yet, when the moment came to shoot the enemy, who was close enough to look into his eyes, Jeremy could not.
Nor could the giant of a redcoat shoot Jeremy. In that moment, two unsung heroes were called into action and bloodshed was averted. An understanding passed between the two.
Jeremy kept his mouth shut about the incident because no Minuteman would understand. After soul searching about being a coward or a traitor to the cause of liberty, Jeremy finally decided to confide his innermost thoughts to Doc Thorndike, who he'd known all his life. The answer was clear, Jeremy would train with Doc Thorndike to be a surgeon's assistant, and as a team they would help the war effort as true patriots.
Events led a wounded Roger Poole, the redcoat of Jeremy's previous encounter, to hide in the chicken coop on Jeremy's farm. Finding him, Jeremy sneaked him to Doc Thorndike for treatment. Roger, too, wanted to be a doctor and study with Doc Thorndike.
The good doctor invented a new identity for Roger, and now had two dedicated pupils. Their instruction was rigorous and hands-on, graphic. Soon the team was on its way to Bunker Hill to join the makeshift medical corps already there.
At the Battle for Bunker Hill they saw the true horrors of war.
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