The cradle of the United States, 1765-1789: five hundred contemporary broadsides, pamphlets,and a few books pertaining to the history of the Stamp act, the Boston massacre and other pre-revolutionary troubles. The war for independence and the adoption of the federal Constitution, alphabetically arranged with index to items issued anonymously but listed under author's name
N. J., 1922 - Language Arts & Disciplines
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