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You see a sign across the road: Hartwell’s Tavern. You hope it’ll be a good place to find some cover. You dart across the road, climb the gate, run up the steps, and knock on the door. Hard. ” you yell into the door. “Let me in! ” asks a man behind the door. “Neither! ” The door opens, and a grizzled tavernkeeper with sharp eyes pulls you in by the collar. ” The last thing you want to do is hurt somebody. You’ll just have to fake it. You reach the window just in time to see a redcoat dash up the steps and knock on the door.
Click here. Jump to Concord. Click here. ” you say to Benedict Arnold. You have just enough time to see Allen smile to himself before something hits you on the back of the head and you black out. You wake up in the guardhouse, which is a bare room with a dirt floor. A blanket is wadded up in the corner. One of the soldiers is standing guard over you. ” you ask the guard. “You did nothing we couldn’t have done for ourselves,” replies the guard. “As for Mr. Allen, he doesn’t have to like this Arnold to respect him as a fellow freedom fighter.
You pull yourself through the surface and try to get your bearings. Other men hold onto other segments of the canoe. In the distance looms a small fleet of British war vessels. Rebel canoes and boats are already fleeing from the barrage of cannon fire. Where are you? you wonder, as you tread water. Then you see the dapper figure of Benedict Arnold on one of the boats, cajoling his clumsy crew. You realize that you’re near Valcour Island, witnessing the decimation of Arnold’s ragtag American fleet.
American Revolutionary Time Machine #10 by Arthur Byron Cover