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American Patriot Series World

The characters and settings of the American Patriot Series by J. M. Hochstetler.
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This is Carleton's horse Devil, a dark bay stallion with a black mane, tail, stockings, and blaze.
This is Elizabeth's first horse in the series, a beautiful, swift midnight black mare. Elizabeth loses her to the British when she's captured.
Carleton gives this fast black mare to Elizabeth from his herd at his Virginia estate, Thornlea. She names her in honor of the mare she lost to the British.


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Muchalls Castle is a perfect stant-in for Thornlea, Jonathan Carleton's Virginia estate.


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Elizabeth Howard, created on Morphthing from images of Catherine Zeta Jones and Anne Hathaway.
Jonathan Carleton looks similar to this image of Philip Winchester as Caruso, though his face isn't as craggy.
Jonathan Carleton might possibly be a cross between Justin Hartley and Philip Winchester.

Fictional Characters

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French General Rochambeau who Commanded the French Army at the Siege of Yorktown. He's also the perfect stand-in for Carleton's uncle, the French Admiral Alexandre Bettár, le Comte de Caledonne, who would be wearing a French Navy uniform. He marries Tess Howard in Refiner's Fire.
"Give Me Liberty Or Give Me Death!"

Historical Figures

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One of the most brutal raids of the American Revolution, a Loyalist-Iroquois coalition massacred more than 200 unsuspecting Patriot militiamen. Having raided and scorched dozens of frontier towns in upstate New York and Pennsylvania, the British arrived in Wyoming Valley, Pennsylvania, on July 3rd. The Patriots, inexperienced and outnumbered, were ambushed and subsequently routed following a forty-five minute close combat battle. As the Patriot line crumbled, the Iroquois began brutally hunt...
Shawnee Chief Cornstalk
Benjamin West, Noble Savage

Native Americans

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No Quarter - No Mercy by Charles Vickery
'Pursuit of the French Squadron after the Surrender of La Hoche 84 and Coquille 44, with The Action of the Ethalion and Bellone and the Anson, bearing down upon the Van Ships of the Enemy, (Oct. 12th 1778)' by Nicholas Pocock National Museums Northern Ireland Date painted: 1799

Naval Warfare

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George Washington’s Camp Chest That He Used During the Revolutionary War
Revolutionary War Camp Stove: Wrought iron and sheet iron American camp stove used during the American Revolutionary War period. This stove retains its penny ended plate rests and curled feet, plus an early hand made wooden handle. Two splits in sheet iron ember pan. A rare survivor. (11"L front to end of handle, by 8 7/8" w x 7 1/4"H)
American Musket | Museum of the American Revolution

Military Equipment

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revolutionary war flag

Flags of the Revolution

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