"In the Minds and Hearts of the People": Five American Patriots and the Road to Revolution
Examines briefly the roles of five Americans prior to the American Revolution: Jared Ingersoll, Landon Carter, Christopher Gadsden, John Lamb, Josiah Quincy, Jr.
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