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This collection, consisting primarily of letters of John, Abigail, and Samuel Adams and James and Mercy Warren, focuses on the growing alienation between Great Britain and its mainland American colonies.
This inside view of the patriot faction includes information on the Townshend duties, the Boston Massacre, the Boston Tea Party, the battles of Lexington and Bunker Hill, as well as political, military, and commercial problems surrounding the Revolutionary period.
“I cannot imagine going back to the former way of doing research.” -Oliver Bosc, Head of Arsenal Library BnF
Why are we so drawn to such bleak, harrowing depictions of our future?