Liberty's Kids 127 - The New FrontierMay 03, 2023
that's foreign where it goes i take my never give up you represent america how can i see it any other way today in the children of
libertywe are the good citizens of philadelphia we are the true patriots the rich people are not playing by the rules of our new country all we want is a fair shake we should fight the americans why we should honor the charlotte camp treaty the americans have not burned our fields they cut down trees they sacrifice games for sport i am with you i am with you there has to be justice for all but this it's not justice this is wrong it's cell freedom american freedom i've traveled the world and there's nothing like it anywhere and you said you're american sarah this is a mistake the journey will take months that's why i hired a good trustworthy guide mr Petty John and Ohio is wild, it's the
frontier, it's uncivilized, you know, I appreciate your concern, but neither my mother nor I have had a letter from your father in years, we need to find out if he's okay.
I have to find out that it's double what the carrots cost me a few weeks ago. How am I supposed to feed my children? Yes, Peter, I know you're hungry. I'm ready please, Mr. Petty John, wait for me, Sarah, wait. your face we are worried we will never see you again i hope i can introduce you to my father at least let me go with you to protect you mr petty john mr buddy john where are you my bag mr petty job mr petty john come back i traveled two months and too far to fail please don't leave me mr petty john how far i've walked these last two days i'm so hungry i'll rest for a while oh father where are you wow oh oh i'm corn stalk no one will hurt you here you're free to go you're free to stay some whites stay i'll go so soon as i'm stronger i'm glad you came at this important time the meeting will start soon running dear find an unconscious white girl in the forest she's scared of me i'll take you with her after greeting the other chiefs we can't pay ink to that one price is almost half of what it cost last month that's not my problem boy but we won i won't be able to publish the gazette how the citizens will receive news of the war i also have to eat are you buying the ink or not good day to you so how you did that i brought a white man you speak english my name is sarah phillips my name is samuel samuel phillips father sarah my lord i thought you were back in london father whiskers look at you i guess i don't seem like the proper british officer anymore but sarah the war i wrote to you saying that You will return to your mother your mother she is fine yes father she is fine she did not answer any of my letters and neither were you I was afraid I only received two letters father I sent nothing 75 that is why I had to find you it is a miracle that you did sarah you have fallen in love i love this land like i own look at this place walking where no englishman has walked before living with my hands taking orders from no one left right left right left right attend hot you must tell me about yourself sarah look at you i barely knew you were coming let's begin as we walk back to the town there is a tribal council i have to attend with my friend chief cornstalk we good philadelphians urgently request that the local militia expel all disaffected people and their supporters from our town you know what disaffected people are working people who don't want to be poor who want to feed their children and are not afraid to say it we are the good citizens of philadelphia we are the true patriots we are supporting this war on our backs the rich want us to shut our mouths while their children gorge the rich people he's not following the rules of our new country all we want is fair treatment come to a meeting at paddy burns tavern tomorrow at nine and tell everyone you know and i'll report the meeting in the pennsylvania gazette excellent boy man rich you're scared of us poor working americans maybe you're right to be scared we should fight the americans why should we honor the treaty of camp charlotte the americans haven't they are supposed to? let's live north of the ohio river in peace but they burn our fields they cut down trees they kill game for sport they shoot us on our shoreline why should we turn our backs when we're hurt? we are losing our land our lives our self respect i am not saying we should attack the americans if they leave us alone i am saying we must protect ourselves if they attack us or else we will be destroyed i gave my word to the americans that we would stay in peace so i did Many of you I have never gone back on my word, but one thing worries me even more than my honor as a man, the survival of my people, if we fight the Americans, they will come at us until they destroy us, we don't have the strength to drive them out. our best hope is that the americans lose the white man's war against the british i am a warrior it is hard for me not to fight the americans but if we can survive this war and the british win we will give our sons and our daughters and their sons and daughters a chance to survive too well played sarah sarah would you be a good shawnee why thank you illinipsico that's a great compliment sarah they think most white people are bad people our grandmothers told us so i don't know me your grandmother our grandmother is the god from shawnee oh our grandmother takes care of us she gives us good harvests and hunting trips and victory in the games cornstalk red feather what is barnstock our fishing party american soldiers i am just alive we must move our town again no we must defend ourselves my people are enraged by the violence of the americans i don't know if i can keep the peace any longer i am honor bound to tell the americans i must go to fort randolph my son will go with me let me go i also know major matthew arbuckle maybe can you help let's send them a message they can't ignore three years ago james wilson signed the declaration of independence now he's a british sympathizer robbing us blind i say we take wilson tar and feather them and ride him out of town on the train yeah , come on, I want you out of trouble, guys, wait, don't, oh, the journalist, I thought he was with us. this is not justice this is wrong don't you just grab someone and hurt them i'm starting to think maybe there's another one who needs tar and feathers forget the boy let's go find wilson father yes sarah are you british or are you american how many times have i asked the same question the men in the fort now consider me an american
frontiersman and i too i'm not sure my mother would be happy to hear that neither would i but i fell in love with this country just like i fell in love with her it's freedom cell american freedom i have traveled the world and there is nothing like it anywhere and you sarah are american oh i hope seeing you will convince me that i am not coming fort randolph what will happen to the shawnees of the americans win the war i don't want to think about it get out of there you tory james wilson had been warned he was targeted by the mob and retreated to his solid house with 20 salt wilson supporters before us gotta destroy your pretty house call for the canyon.
I'll go back to my people and ask them to leave this area, but they might attack you, so boss, you're telling me we could be at war with the Shawnee at any moment. yes i warned you and now we'll be off you're in luck you're a retired british major sam or i'd have to throw you in the guardhouse with my new enemies here take them and keep them safe but matthew came sir cornstar here in peace and with honor to warn you about the very people you tried to dissuade from attacking him, sam, i suggest you take your daughter as far away from this place as possible, joseph reed, our city executive council president, took his light cavalry to break up the crowd five men were killed in the fort wilson riots and 17 were injured james wilson is no angel but in our new nation everyone is entitled to due process of law as is the writer of this article who was threatened with damages for daring to disagree with the mafia he has the right and not the responsibility to write the truth as he sees it in the united states of america we the people have the freedom to write what we want to write i lost you for six years sarah i will not risk it losing you forever we couldn't stop cornstalk even in ipsico something i will always regret what will happen to them father they will probably be held hostage and switched to shawnee by american prisoners ron robert gilmore shawnee killed him kill the dash run now i fear for the life of our friends would not be illegitimate i will never understand white men have no rules they have no honor the war has been a disaster for the shawnee what will happen to us father we will fight the americans and we will be destroyed and what will happen to us maybe the americans will trade us for soldiers they might kill us if they do since we are warriors our souls will enjoy a special place with our grandmother in heaven where we will party and dance forever i said no touch to the shawnees we can trade them for ours no captain let's do to them what they did to him to robin elin nipsico i have watched you grow to manhood i am proud of the man you have become we will have revenge for our great chieftain and his son we will make the river safe for our fishermen to fish and our children to bathe we will drive the man out ohio valley white forever father what kind of land is this the fight will never stop sarah listen to me listen to me, i was kidding myself that you and your mother could join me here.
The Ohio border is too wild. I'd like to get you out of here right now, but I can't. I must help my Shawnee friends through this difficult time that I made a solemn promise to cornstalk that I would, but what if I survive this war? this too i promise and you too sir father i want to go home to philadelphia to england to my mother i can't stand the violence anymore father can you? forgive me there is nothing to forgive i will be happy to have you away from the fighting when the war is over you and your mother will join me in new york or massachusetts or connecticut and we will live our lives however we want together what if we don't want to come then i will say goodbye to this land i love and i will join you and your mother in england i wonder if she will like me in mustaches here are sarah james henry and moses now that the work of achieving a treaty with france is complete i find my duties have become even more considerable than before articles for writing backgrounds for boring evenings with good knights and dusty wings fiddlesticks forget this war for a moment how I miss you all and how I hope to meet again in the city soon I love the people I love how I long for the day when we gaily dance and sing together I'll play my violin wrong of course, but it doesn't matter because all of us dear friends will live together in freedom in our new nation
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