Great Americans and their noble deeds; containing the lives of almost fifty of our nation's heroes and heroines .. . for his army, but the greater part was swept away by the false-dealing of one in whom he had trusted. With the little that was left hesettled with his family in Georgia in the spring of 1785. The next year,while walking out in the rice-field, he had a sun-stroke which caused hisdeath within a week. Nathaniel Greene was bom in Warwick, Rhode Island, May 27, 1742.He died on his estates near Savannah, Georgia, June 19, 1786. QUESTIONS. Who was Washingtons favorite General? What did

Great Americans and their noble deeds; containing the lives of almost fifty of our nation's heroes and heroines .. . for his army, but the greater part was swept away by the false-dealing of one in whom he had trusted. With the little that was left hesettled with his family in Georgia in the spring of 1785. The next year,while walking out in the rice-field, he had a sun-stroke which caused hisdeath within a week. Nathaniel Greene was bom in Warwick, Rhode Island, May 27, 1742.He died on his estates near Savannah, Georgia, June 19, 1786. QUESTIONS. Who was Washingtons favorite General? What did Stock Photo
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Great Americans and their noble deeds; containing the lives of almost fifty of our nation's heroes and heroines .. . for his army, but the greater part was swept away by the false-dealing of one in whom he had trusted. With the little that was left hesettled with his family in Georgia in the spring of 1785. The next year, while walking out in the rice-field, he had a sun-stroke which caused hisdeath within a week. Nathaniel Greene was bom in Warwick, Rhode Island, May 27, 1742.He died on his estates near Savannah, Georgia, June 19, 1786. QUESTIONS. Who was Washingtons favorite General? What did Greene dowhen ordered back from Boston by the Tory governor ? Can you describeGreenes operations in New Jersey ? Can you describe Greene at the bat-tle of Brandywine? What did Chaplain Caldwell do to furnish theAmerican soldiers with wadding ? What did Greene do with the letterwritten by Sullivan to Congress ? Why did Greene have enemies ? Canyou describe Greenes successes in the South ? What rank did Greenetake as a General ? When and how did his death occur ? CARPENTERS HALL AISTD THE COISTTIEENTAL COEGRESS.. HERE is a famous old building iu PHladelphia, saidUncle Frank, that I would like to tell you about. Tome it is a most interesting place. What building is it ? Elsie asked. You bavealready told us about Old Independence Hall. Tbis building, said Uncle Frank, is CarpentersHall. It is one of tbe most interesting of tbe manyhistoric structures in Philadelphia, for here the firstContinental Congress was assembled in 1774, thatbody which Lord Chatham is said to have characterized as The mosthonorable assembly of men that had ever been known. COMPANY FORMED TO HELP THE POOR. The First House Carpenters Company in the city was formed in.1724, for obtaining instructions in architecture and assisting widows andchildren of poor members. In 1752 another Carpenters Company joinedit, and in 1768 a lot, 66 by 255 feet, was purchased on Chestnut street, below Fourth, for an annual ground

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