Nathanael Greene, the Youngest Brigadier General in the Continental Army
Nathanael Greene had aspirations to be an officer in the Continental Army in the American Revolution. The problem though was he had a limp. This didn’t stop Nathanael. He studied books on military tactics and leadership and soon became an expert. His knowledge and dedication caught the eye of General George Washington. After reading the passage, students will respond to comprehension questions and questions on the theme.