George Washington by Gilbert Stuart


Student and Artist

Born on the 4th of July, Freedom became a very special member of the Adventurers’ Crew in Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims. Although she seems quiet and shy at times, her intelligence and special abilities are astonishing. She can telepathically communicate with animals and is the only student who can sense Liberty when he turns invisible. Freedom is also the only person able to defeat Tommy at a game of chess. She is of Native American decent and bonded with Squanto when the Crew traveled back to Plymouth Plantation (1621). Freedom brought her grandfather along as a chaperone on Rush Revere’s class field trip to Washington D.C. in Rush Revere and the Star-Spangled Banner.

“My grandfather says that animals can feel what we feel, especially fear. Our emotions are powerful. He trained me to use emotions to speak to the mind of an animal.”

“It’s just really sad that the Pilgrims never had this kind of luxury. They never got to go to a diner and have food prepared for them in minutes.”

“Yunno, I think I really want to be a veterinarian and I think he [Dr. Warren] could teach me a lot about taking care of patients, even if they are the furry kind.”

“I remember the Boston Tea Party; it wasn’t really the kind of tea party we used to play at my house.”

Freedom sometimes likes to wear a feather or ribbon in her hair.

Freedom loves animals and wants to be a veterinarian.

Freedom loves art and enjoys drawing in her sketchbook.

Freedom is a little scared of statues.

Freedom is pen pals with Maddie, a homeschooler she met while the Crew was in Washington, D.C. exploring the Supreme Court.