Wilderness Boy. by Margery Evernden and Margaret Mary Kimmel. Wilderness Boy" tells an exciting story of the Whiskey Rebellion that will teach young people and readers of all ages about an early chapter in our country s ongoing struggle to form an ever more perfect union.
Wilderness Boy (Golden Triangle Books). 082295754X (ISBN13: 9780822957546).
Wilderness Boy (Pitt Golden Triangle Books). ISBN 9780822957546 (978-0-8229-5754-6) Softcover, University of Pittsburgh Press, 2001. Find signed collectible books: 'Wilderness Boy (Pitt Golden Triangle Books)'.
Age Range: 9 and up. Grade Level: 4 - 3. Series: Pitt Golden Triangle Books. Paperback: 224 pages.
Wilderness Boy is an historical, young-adult novel by American writer Margery Evernden. Set in 1794 in Washington County, Pennsylvania, just south of Pittsburgh, it tells the story of sixteen-year-old Jonathon Garrett, who while on an errand for his. Set in 1794 in Washington County, Pennsylvania, just south of Pittsburgh, it tells the story of sixteen-year-old Jonathon Garrett, who while on an errand for his frontier doctor uncle, is accosted by local farmers and enlisted to join them in raising a Liberty Pole. The events of the Whiskey Rebellion soon unfold. Other novels that employ events of the Whiskey Rebellion: The Latimers (1898).
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