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Season: 1
Year: 2002 | 2003


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: The Boston Tea Party

2 September 2002
When Moses, James and Henri come to Boston pick up Sarah, they find themselves involved in the famous tax protest.
Vincent Lee Alston ... (voice)
Jill Anderson ... (voice)
Kathleen Barr ... Henri (voice)
Ben Beck ... (voice)
Carl Beck ... (voice)
Terry Berner ... (voice)
Robert Berry ... (voice)
Pam Carter ... (voice)
Susie Collins ... (voice)

Jason Connery ... (voice)
Chip Cronkite ... (voice)
Pete Cronkite ... (voice)

Walter Cronkite ... Benjamin Franklin (voice)
John D'Arcy ... (voice)

John Dittrick ... (voice)
Sabi Dorr ... (voice)
Ben Einstein ... (voice)
Melissa Fahn ... (voice)
Kenny Glen ... (voice)
Nils Haaland ... (voice)
Michael Hartig ... (voice)

Michael Horse ... (voice)
James John ... (voice)
Reo Jones ... Sarah (voice)
Anthony Kaczmarek ... (voice)
Ian Lee ... (voice)
Jerry Longe ... (voice)
Chris Lundquist ... James (voice)
Dylan Marr ... (voice)
David Monderine ... (voice)
Lynette Moore ... (voice)

Tom Poston ... (voice)
Cork Ramer ... (voice)

Andrew Rannells ... (voice)
Camille Schmidt ... (voice)

Charles Shaughnessy ... (voice)
Rita Taggart ... (voice)
Dierk Torsek ... (voice)
Rachel Ware ... (voice)
Tony Wike ... (voice)
D. Kevin Williams ... Moses (voice)
Hilary Williams ... (voice)
Spencer Williams ... (voice)

Barry Zito ... (voice)

Season 1, Episode 2: The Intolerable Acts

3 September 2002
Needing to escape occupied Boston, the kids can't stay out of trouble during the British crackdown imposed after the Boston Tea Party.
Vincent Lee Alston ... (voice)
Jill Anderson ... (voice)
Kathleen Barr ... Henri (voice)
Ben Beck ... (voice)
Carl Beck ... (voice)
Terry Berner ... (voice)
Robert Berry ... (voice)
Pam Carter ... (voice)
Susie Collins ... (voice)

Jason Connery ... (voice)
Chip Cronkite ... (voice)
Pete Cronkite ... (voice)

Walter Cronkite ... Benjamin Franklin (voice)
John D'Arcy ... (voice)

John Dittrick ... (voice)
Sabi Dorr ... (voice)
Ben Einstein ... (voice)
Melissa Fahn ... (voice)
Kenny Glen ... (voice)
Nils Haaland ... (voice)
Michael Hartig ... (voice)

Michael Horse ... (voice)
James John ... (voice)
Reo Jones ... Sarah (voice)
Anthony Kaczmarek ... (voice)
Ian Lee ... (voice)
Jerry Longe ... (voice)
Chris Lundquist ... James (voice)
Dylan Marr ... (voice)
David Monderine ... (voice)
Lynette Moore ... (voice)

Tom Poston ... (voice)
Cork Ramer ... (voice)

Andrew Rannells ... (voice)
Camille Schmidt ... (voice)

Charles Shaughnessy ... (voice)
Rita Taggart ... (voice)
Dierk Torsek ... (voice)
Rachel Ware ... (voice)
Tony Wike ... (voice)
D. Kevin Williams ... Moses (voice)
Hilary Williams ... (voice)
Spencer Williams ... (voice)

Barry Zito ... (voice)

Season 1, Episode 3: United We Stand

4 September 2002
Sarah and Henri deliver a letter to Abigal Adams, while James learns some hard lessons about patriotic sounding mob brutality while covering the first Continental Congress.
Kathleen Barr ... Henri (voice)

Annette Bening ... Abigail Adams (voice)

Walter Cronkite ... Benjamin Franklin (voice)

Billy Crystal ... John Adams (voice)

Michael Douglas ... Patrick Henry (voice)
Reo Jones ... Sarah (voice)
Chris Lundquist ... James (voice)
D. Kevin Williams ... Moses (voice)

Season 1, Episode 4: Liberty or Death

5 September 2002
While on a business trip to Virginia, the gang find Moses' brother enslaved and Moses resolves to free him.

Season 1, Episode 5: Midnight Ride

6 September 2002
Paul Revere and William Dawes spread the word that the "British are coming!" on the eve of "the shot heard 'round the world."

Season 1, Episode 6: The Shot Heard Round the World

9 September 2002
The Revolutionary War begins with the battles of Lexington and Concord.

Season 1, Episode 7: Green Mountain Boys

10 September 2002
Trouble erupts in the New Hampshire Grants when settlers are forced from their homes (1770-1775).

Season 1, Episode 8: The Second Continental Congress

11 September 2002
The colonies decide they need a national army.

Season 1, Episode 9: Bunker Hill

12 September 2002
The first major battle of the war.

Season 1, Episode 10: Postmaster General Franklin

13 September 2002
Ben Franklin is named the first Postmaster General of the colonies (7/26/75).

Season 1, Episode 11: Washington Takes Command

16 September 2002
George Washington arrives in Boston to take command of the army (7/3/75).

Season 1, Episode 12: Common Sense

17 September 2002
The kids meet the hot headed idealist, Tom Paine, whose popular anti-monarchist pamphlet, "Common Sense," popularizes the idea of colonial independence.

Season 1, Episode 13: The First Fourth of July

18 September 2002
James learns about the power of political rhetoric as the motion to declare independence comes to a vote in the Continental Congress.

Season 1, Episode 14: New York, New York

19 September 2002
At the Battle of Long Island, Washington fights the British in open field battles -- with catastrophic results (8/27-29/76).

Season 1, Episode 15: The Turtle

20 September 2002
The first attempt to sink a ship with a submarine fails (9/6/76).

Walter Cronkite ... Benjamin Franklin (voice)
Kathleen Barr ... Henri LeFevre (voice)
Reo Jones ... Sarah Phillips (voice)
Chris Lundquist ... James Hiller (voice)
D. Kevin Williams ... Moses (voice) (as Kevin Williams)
Jill Anderson ... (voice)
Vincent Lee Alston ... (voice) (as Vince Alston)
Ben Beck ... The Marquis de Lafayette (voice)
Carl Beck ... Uteny Wolf-Hutchinson (voice)
Terry Berner ... (voice)
Robert Berry ... (voice)
Pam Carter ... (voice)
Susie Collins ... (voice)

Jason Connery ... (voice)
Chip Cronkite ... (voice)
Pete Cronkite ... (voice)
John D'Arcy ... (voice)

John Dittrick ... (voice)
Melissa Fahn ... (voice) (as Tina Dixon)
Sabi Dorr ... (voice)
Ben Einstein ... (voice)
Kenny Glen ... (voice)
Nils Haaland ... (voice)
Michael Hartig ... (voice)

Michael Horse ... (voice)
James John ... (voice)
Anthony Kaczmarek ... (voice)
Ian Lee ... (voice)
Jerry Longe ... (voice)
Dylan Marr ... (voice)
David Monderine ... (voice) (as David Moderne)
Lynette Nganze ... (voice)

Tom Poston ... (voice)
Carl Ramar ... (voice)

Andrew Rannells ... (voice)

Charles Shaughnessy ... King George the Third of England (voice)
Camille Schmidt ... (voice)
Rita Taggart ... (voice) (as Rita Taggert)
Dierk Torsek ... (voice) (as Dierck Torsek)
Rachel Ware ... (voice)
Tony Wike ... (voice)
Hilary Williams ... (voice)
Spencer Williams ... (voice)

Barry Zito ... (voice)

Whoopi Goldberg ... Deborah Samson / Robert Shurtleff (voice)

Michael York ... Adm. Lord Howe (voice)

Season 1, Episode 16: One Life to Lose

23 September 2002
A failed peace conference between the British Admiral Howe and John Adams and Ben Franklin convinces the American leaders that the British have no interest in making peace (9/11/76).

Season 1, Episode 17: Captain Molly

24 September 2002
Ben Franklin, appointed to a commission to negotiate a treaty with the French, sails for France aboard the Reprisal (10/24/76).

Season 1, Episode 18: American Crisis

25 September 2002
The low point of the war for the Americans.

Season 1, Episode 19: Across the Delaware

26 September 2002
Washington re-crosses the Delaware River on Christmas Day.

Season 1, Episode 20: An American in Paris

27 September 2002
Ben Franklin sets up residence in Paris and begins his uphill battle to enlist France in the American cause (12/28/76).

Season 1, Episode 21: Sybil Ludington

30 September 2002
Sixteen-year-old Sybil Ludington makes her own "midnight ride" in Westchester County, New York (4/26/77).

Annette Bening ... Abigail Adams (voice)

Whoopi Goldberg ... Deborah Samson / Robert Shurtleff (voice)
Kayla ... Sybil Ludington (voice)

Season 1, Episode 22: Lafayette Arrives

1 October 2002
The 19-year-old Marquis de Lafayette arrives after an eventful journey from France and offers his services to Congress (7/27/77).

Walter Cronkite ... Benjamin Franklin (voice)
Kathleen Barr ... Henri LeFevre (voice)
Reo Jones ... Sarah Phillips (voice)
Chris Lundquist ... James Hiller (voice)
D. Kevin Williams ... Moses (voice) (as Kevin Williams)
Ben Beck ... The Marquis de Lafayette (voice)

Whoopi Goldberg ... Deborah Samson / Robert Shurtleff (voice)
John Michael Lee ... General Nathanael Greene (voice)

Season 1, Episode 23: The Hessians Are Coming

2 October 2002
General Horatio Gates defeats Burgoyne at the Battle of Saratoga (10/17/77).

Season 1, Episode 24: Valley Forge

3 October 2002
James, Sarah and Henri are there as George Washington and his Continental Army endure a horrible winter at Valley Forge.

Season 1, Episode 25: Allies at Last

4 October 2002
News of the American victory at Saratoga helps pave the way for Ben Franklin to negotiate a treaty with France.
Vincent Lee Alston ... (voice)
Jill Anderson ... (voice)
Kathleen Barr ... Henri (voice)
Ben Beck ... (voice)
Carl Beck ... (voice)
Terry Berner ... (voice)
Robert Berry ... (voice)
Pam Carter ... (voice)
Susie Collins ... (voice)

Jason Connery ... (voice)
Chip Cronkite ... (voice)
Pete Cronkite ... (voice)

Walter Cronkite ... Benjamin Franklin (voice)
John D'Arcy ... (voice)

John Dittrick ... (voice)
Tina Dixon ... (voice)
Sabi Dorr ... (voice)
Ben Einstein ... (voice)
Kenny Glen ... (voice)
Nils Haaland ... (voice)
Michael Hartig ... (voice)

Michael Horse ... (voice)
James John ... (voice)
Reo Jones ... Sarah (voice)
Anthony Kaczmarek ... (voice)
Ian Lee ... (voice)
Jerry Longe ... (voice)
Chris Lundquist ... James (voice)
Dylan Marr ... (voice)
David Monderine ... (voice)
Lynette Moore ... (voice)

Tom Poston ... (voice)
Cork Ramer ... (voice)

Andrew Rannells ... (voice)
Camille Schmidt ... (voice)

Charles Shaughnessy ... (voice)

Maria Shriver ... Peggy Shippen (voice)
Rita Taggart ... (voice)
Dierk Torsek ... (voice)
Rachel Ware ... (voice)
Tony Wike ... (voice)
D. Kevin Williams ... Moses (voice)
Hillary Williams ... (voice)
Spencer Williams ... (voice)

Barry Zito ... (voice)

Season 1, Episode 26: Honor and Compromise

4 November 2002
The States struggle to unite politically before the arrival of the French Ambassador (5/9/78-7/8/78).

Season 1, Episode 27: The New Frontier

5 November 2002
In the Ohio territory, Shawnee Chief Cornstalk and his people are caught between the Americans and the British, with tragic results (11/77).

Season 1, Episode 28: Not Yet Begun to Fight

6 November 2002
In a long, desperate battle, John Paul Jones and his wildly outgunned Bonhomme Richard defeat the British Serapis off the coast of England (9/23/79).

Walter Cronkite ... Benjamin Franklin (voice)
Kathleen Barr ... Henri LeFevre (voice)
Reo Jones ... Sarah Phillips (voice)
Chris Lundquist ... James Hiller (voice)
D. Kevin Williams ... Moses (voice) (as Kevin Williams)
Jill Anderson ... (voice)
Vincent Lee Alston ... (voice) (as Vince Alston)
Ben Beck ... The Marquis de Lafayette (voice)
Carl Beck ... Uteny Wolf-Hutchinson (voice)
Terry Berner ... (voice)
Robert Berry ... (voice)
Pam Carter ... (voice)
Susie Collins ... (voice)

Jason Connery ... (voice)
Chip Cronkite ... (voice)
Pete Cronkite ... (voice)
John D'Arcy ... (voice)

John Dittrick ... (voice)
Melissa Fahn ... (voice) (as Tina Dixon)
Sabi Dorr ... (voice)
Ben Einstein ... (voice)
Kenny Glen ... (voice)
Nils Haaland ... (voice)
Michael Hartig ... (voice)

Michael Horse ... (voice)
James John ... (voice)
Anthony Kaczmarek ... (voice)
Ian Lee ... (voice)
Jerry Longe ... (voice)
Dylan Marr ... (voice)
David Monderine ... (voice) (as David Moderne)
Lynette Nganze ... (voice)

Tom Poston ... (voice)
Carl Ramar ... (voice)

Andrew Rannells ... (voice)

Charles Shaughnessy ... King George the Third of England (voice)
Camille Schmidt ... (voice)
Rita Taggart ... (voice) (as Rita Taggert)
Dierk Torsek ... (voice) (as Dierck Torsek)
Rachel Ware ... (voice)
Tony Wike ... (voice)
Hilary Williams ... (voice)
Spencer Williams ... (voice)

Barry Zito ... (voice)

Whoopi Goldberg ... Deborah Samson / Robert Shurtleff (voice)

Liam Neeson ... John Paul Jones (voice)

Season 1, Episode 29: The Great Galvez

7 November 2002
Spanish Governor Bernardo de Galvez aides the American cause by capturing Baton Rouge (9/21/79), Natchez (10/5/79) and Mobile (3/13/80) from the British.

Whoopi Goldberg ... Deborah Samson / Robert Shurtleff (voice)
Mario Kreutzberger ... Gov. Galvez (voice) (as Don Francisco)
Norman Schwarzkopf ... Col. Clark (voice) (as General H. Norman Schwarzkopf ret.)

Season 1, Episode 30: In Praise of Ben

8 November 2002
Sarah returns to Philadelphia and is reunited with Moses, James and Henri.

Season 1, Episode 31: Bostonians

11 November 2002
Sarah and Henri join the Adams family in Massachusetts just as John and his son John Quincy return from France and are reunited with Abigail (8/2/79).

Season 1, Episode 32: Benedict Arnold

20 January 2003
James, Sarah and Henri are there when Arnold tries to hand West Point over to British (9/21/80).

Season 1, Episode 33: Conflict in the South

21 January 2003
General Nathanael Greene replaces Horatio Gates as the American commander in the south (10/16/80).

Season 1, Episode 34: Deborah Samson

22 January 2003
Deborah Samson masquerades as a man so she can enlist in the Continental army (5/20/1782-10/23/83).

Season 1, Episode 35: James Armistead

23 January 2003
Virginia slave James Armistead joins Lafayette and spies on Benedict Arnold (3/81).

Whoopi Goldberg ... Deborah Samson / Robert Shurtleff (voice)

Arnold Schwarzenegger ... Baron von Steubern (voice)

Season 1, Episode 36: Yorktown

24 January 2003
The climatic battle of the war.

Season 1, Episode 37: Born Free and Equal

3 March 2003
Massachusetts slave "Mum Bett" sues for her freedom (5/28/1781).

Annette Bening ... Abigail Adams (voice)

Whoopi Goldberg ... Deborah Samson / Robert Shurtleff (voice)
Yolanda King ... Elizabeth Freeman (voice)

Season 1, Episode 38: The Man Who Wouldn't Be King

24 March 2003
Ben Franklin and John Adams sign the peace treaty with England, ending the Revolutionary War (11/30/83).

Season 1, Episode 39: Going Home

2 April 2003
With the signing of the Treaty of Paris, loyalists are forced to leave their homes.

Season 1, Episode 40: We the People

3 April 2003
America's leaders meet at a convention in Philadelphia and decide to write a radical new Constitution.

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