Teen Midnight Rider of the US Revolution
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Her horse, star, was named that way for the star-shaped mark on his head, so that is seen here.
She’s described as wearing a thick cotton shawl she got from her mom, having her hair tied back with a bit of cloth strip, with auburn hair and green eyes. You can’t see it, but she’s also supposed to have wool stockings on underneath her father’s old pants.
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