Mercy Otis Warren: Author and Historian
A biography profiling the life of Mercy Otis Warren, a colonial patriot who used her writing skills to record history and support the independence of the American colonies from Great Britain. Includes source notes and timeline.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
13 colonies Abigail Adams Adulateur American colonies American Revolution angry Barnstable became began Bequest of Winslow Boston Gazette Boston Harbor British government British Parliament British soldiers brother Jemmy called the Boston Catharine Macaulay Charles Church Colonel James Colonel Otis Constitution customs officials England farm father fight friends George Washington governor of Massachusetts history book House of Representatives husband ideas insulted James and Mercy James Otis James Warren Jemmy Otis Jemmy's John Adams John and Abigail John Hancock knew lawyer lished lived loyalists Massachusetts House Mercy and James Mercy Otis Warren Mercy Warren Mercy wrote Mercy's brother Mercy's home nation newspaper Otises pamphlet patriot cause patriot leaders pay taxes Pilgrims Plymouth poem poetry published Puritan Rapatio rebel Rebellion Revolutionary Samuel Adams Shays ship Sons of Liberty Stamp Act Tea Party Thomas Hutchinson Thomas Jefferson thought Tories Townshend Acts United wanted wife women write wrote to Mercy