"Robert Rogers" by Marc Grieves - "Rangers? Pshaw, I wouldn't trust 'em if I were you. There's somethin' wrong wi' 'em up here, if you takes my meaning. Comes from them givin' up all them proper rules o' warfare like proper civilized folk to fight like the Indians. Halfway to becoming savages themselves at this rate, I'd wager. Mark my words, boy - nothing good ever comes from doin' that."
Oh yes. And not to mention I'm learning about American history this year! ...And the fact that I obsess unhealthily over Alfred... welp. ALL OF THE OPPORTUNITIES FOR ME TO ACCIDENTALLY SAY 'Him' AND 'Alfred'!>> we're learning about the british empire and im just like ARTHURRRRRR
The Battle of Lexington and Concord first began on April 19, 1775. The british heard that the americans were holding large amounts of weapons at Concord, so they sent vast amounts of troops their. The british ran into a blockade at Lexington, then were beaten at Concord.
British Airways Aérospatiale-BAC Concorde 102 G-BOAA and Royal Air Force Supermarine Spitfire P7350 / UD-T commemorating Battle of Britain Day over the Kentish coastline, 15th September 1990. (Photo: After The Battle)
The Battles of Lexington and Concord: Start of the American Revolution