TUTTLE’S RED BARN
Pow! Pow! Pow! James heard gunshots. He joined his father and brothers, as they chased the attackers away from the Tuttle farm.
William Penn wished the runaway slaves could help with the chores, but they had to stay hidden all day. Now it was dark again and he and his brothers, Asa, Stephen and Joseph, stood guard. His father unlocked the trap door under the bedroom closet. William Penn lit his lantern. He and Asa led the men off Tuttle land.
No one paid him any mind until Mr. Lincoln stepped out of the caboose to buy some famous New Hampshire “sweet water.”