Liberty's Kids

Season 1 Episode 27

The New Frontier

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Aired Unknown Nov 05, 2002 on PBS
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Sarah decides to go off into the wild Ohio Fronteir to find her father, while there she's found by some friendly Indians who wish to help her. An English friend of the Indians comes to help and Sarah gets a very wonderful surprise and makes a sad decision. Meanwhile James and every other poor person is having trouble with the rich overcharging them. A man trys to tar and feather a rich Tori, but James disagrees.moreless

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  • Great Episode

    10
    While searching for her father Sarah is found by Shawnee Indians. But she is afraid of them so they introduce her to the frontiersman staying with them. A man named Samuel Phillips, Sarah's father.



    The Shawnee decide to fight the Americans, so two Shawnee, a father & a son, go to warn the Americans, but are taken captive as well. As a result Sarah tells her father she wants to go home to London, and does so.



    James meanwhile is trying to purchase Ink for the paper, but because of the high charges decides not to. But he helps to rally against the rich; unfortunately one man rallies the poor further into tar & feathering one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence.



    James objects by writing about it in the paper.moreless
  • Freedom of the Press, freedom against oppression, and Shawnee Indian strife *Spoiler Alert*

    7.5
    While searching for her father Sarah is found by Shawnee Indians. But she is afraid of them so they introduce her to the frontiersman staying with them. A man named Samuel Phillips, Sarah's father.



    The Shawnee decide to fight the Americans, so two Shawnee, a father & a son, go to warn the Americans, but are taken captive as well. As a result Sarah tells her father she wants to go home to London, and does so.



    James meanwhile is trying to purchase Ink for the paper, but because of the high charges decides not to. But he helps to rally against the rich; unfortunately one man rallies the poor further into tar & feathering one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence.



    James objects by writing about it in the paper.moreless

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