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This Time, Tempe Wick?

This Time Tempe Wick When ten thousand Revolutionary War soldiers spent the winters of and in Jockey Hollow Tempe pitched right in to help feed and clothe them and she kept right on helping even after her fath

  • Title: This Time, Tempe Wick?
  • Author: Patricia Lee Gauch
  • ISBN: 9781590781791
  • Page: 272
  • Format: Hardcover
  • When ten thousand Revolutionary War soldiers spent the winters of 1780 and 1781 in Jockey Hollow, Tempe pitched right in to help feed and clothe them, and she kept right on helping even after her father died and her mother got sick But mutiny was a different matter Cold, tired, and unpaid, the Pennsylvania soldiers turned against their captains A few of them even turnedWhen ten thousand Revolutionary War soldiers spent the winters of 1780 and 1781 in Jockey Hollow, Tempe pitched right in to help feed and clothe them, and she kept right on helping even after her father died and her mother got sick But mutiny was a different matter Cold, tired, and unpaid, the Pennsylvania soldiers turned against their captains A few of them even turned against the very farmers who had shared their wheat, their cows, and their clothing through the bitter winters And when two of the soldiers tried to steal Tempe s beloved horse Bonny, Tempe got angry.

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    1. It is the winter of 1780 to 1781, during the American Revolution, and Temperance Wick, known as Tempe, is a teenage girl living with her father and mother in Jockey Hollow near Morristown, NJ. When ten thousand Revolutionary War soldiers descend on Jockey Valley to camp, Tempe pitches right in to help feed and clothe them, and she keeps right on helping even after her father dies and her mother gets sick. However, a mutiny arises when the Pennsylvania soldiers, cold, tired, and unpaid, turn agai [...]

    2. Quirky, funny, tall Tempe Wick was a real life girl in Revolutionary era New Jersey. Patricia Lee Gauch's upbeat tale about her spunk during the harsh times facing our nation brought a smile to my face. To be sure, much of my liking comes from the fact that the book's Jockey Hollow Morristown, New Jersey setting is a place I have visited. My dear old Dad grew up in nearby Morris Plains so I do feel a certain allegiance with the area where he spent his boyhood years.

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