Wives of the Signers: The Women Behind the Declaration of Independence

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WallBuilders, Incorporated, Jan 1, 1997 - Biography & Autobiography - 283 pages
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Originally penned in 1912, this historical reprint showcases individual portraits of the fiercely courageous women who endured tremendous hardship as their husbands fought to build an independent nation. women such as Abigail Adams, Dorothy Quincy Hancock, and Julia Stockton Rush contributed their wisdom,strength, and loyalty to the cause of the Revolution, shaping history a a result.

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Review: Wives of the Signers: The Women Behind the Declaration of Independence

User Review  - Sarah - Goodreads

Now I love the signers even more! What a delight it is to know their wives a bit more. Great people with love of country! Read full review

Review: Wives of the Signers: The Women Behind the Declaration of Independence

User Review  - Lifferth - Goodreads

I looked forward to learning of these women, and there were interesting facts in the book. However, it was a little like reading an encyclopedia and hard to get through. Read full review

About the author (1997)

David Barton has been a Research Associate at Stanford University and a Visiting Scholar at OISE, Toronto. He is currently Senior Lecturer in Linguistics at Lancaster University.

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