When the freedom they wished for most was freedom from responsibility, then Athens ceased to be free and was never free again. — Edith Hamilton

Hero of Stony Point - James Barnes



Mad Anthony' Wayne was one of Washington's leading generals during the Revolutionary war, and the hair-raising victory at Stony Point was one of his most heroic actions of the early war years. Wayne distinguished himself as a great leader, not only in his greatest moment of victory, but also in numerous battles that ultimately were won by the British. His heroism never flagged in difficulty or defeat.

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Anthony Wayne
WAYNE AIMED AND FIRED ONE OF THE FIELD PIECES HIMSELF.


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