The Spirit of 'seventy-six: The Story of the American Revolution as Told by Participants, Volume 1

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Henry Steele Commager, Richard Brandon Morris
Bobbs-Merrill, 1958 - United States - 1348 pages
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The Spirit of Seventy-Six: The Story of the American Revolution As Told by Participants

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These two budget hardcovers from Castle go behind the myths of American history. Carter traces Cody from his alleged life-and-death adventures as a Pony Express rider, Indian fighter, and Civil War ... Read full review

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Fabulous primary sources! I used the slightly different accounts of the 1775 taking of Fort Ticonderoga in my American Studies class this year. Fascinating for 8th graders to compare the accounts ... Read full review

Contents

THE FIERCE SPIRIT OF RESISTANCE
1
Parliament Punishes the Bostonians
10
William Lee
16
Copyright

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