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Formed by the convergence of two Piedmont rivers, the Cape Fear was an essential route for settlers heading inland from Wilmington to build new communities in the Carolina backcountry.
As Gaelic poet John MacRae and his fellow Loyalists march towards the sea to meet their British allies, American Patriots assemble at Moore’s Creek to halt the Tory advance.
From her hiding place in the River Shiel, under the shadow of the Five Sisters mountains, Kess first hears the voice of John MacRae. The Ceasg ranger is thoroughly entranced by his song.
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