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In Freedom's Cause [SCM]

At the end of the 13th century, the oppressed Scots rebelled against England under the leadership of William Wallace and Robert Bruce. This gripping tale of courage, loyalty, and ingenuity takes readers into heroic company with a fictional protagonist, young Archie Forbes, who fights alongside the legendary heroes.

Additional Details

Resource Type
Book
ISBN
048642362X
Print Status
In Print
Chapters
27
Pages
320
Suggested Grades
7th - 12th
Geographical Setting
Scotland
Historical Setting
1314 - 1314
Publisher
Dover
Copyright
2002
Written
1885

Chapters

  • 1 Glen Cairn
  • 2 Leaving Home
  • 3 Sir William Wallace
  • 4 The Capture of Lanark
  • 5 A Treacherous Plot
  • 6 The Barns of Ayr
  • 7 The Cave in the Pentlands
  • 8 The Council at Stirling
  • 9 The Battle of Stirling Bridge
  • 10 The Battle of Falkirk
  • 11 Robert the Bruce
  • 12 The Battle of Methven
  • 13 The Castle of Dunstaffnage
  • 14 Colonsay
  • 15 A Mission to Ireland
  • 16 An Irish Rising
  • 17 The King's Blood Hound
  • 18 The Hound Restored
  • 19 The Convent of St. Kenneth
  • 20 The Heiress of the Kerrs
  • 21 The Siege of Aberfilly
  • 22 A Prisoner
  • 23 The Escape from Berwick
  • 24 The Progress of the War
  • 25 The Capture of a Stronghold
  • 26 Edinburgh
  • 27 Bannockburn

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