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The human tradition in the American Revolution
The human tradition in the American Revolution
Rhoden, Nancy L. (Nancy Lee), 1965-
Publication Information:
Wilmington, Del. : Scholarly Resources Inc., 2000.
Physical Description:
xxi, 368 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Anthony Benezet: America's finest eighteenth-century antislavery advocate / Maurice Jackson -- Lachlan McGillivray: Indian trader on the southern colonial frontier / Edward J. Cashin -- Eliza Lucas Pinckney: vegetables and virtue / Gary L. Hewitt -- William Smith: Philadelphia minister and moderate / Nancy L. Rhoden -- William Prendergast and the revolution in the Hudson River Valley: "poor men were always oppressed by the rich, " / Thomas J. Humphrey -- Ashley Bowen of Marblehead: revolutionary neutral / Daniel Vickers -- Dragging Canoe (Tsi'yu-gn︣si'ni): Chickamauga Cherokee patriot / Jon W. Parmenter -- Daniel Boone and the struggle for independence on the revolutionary frontier / Stephen Aron -- Philadelphia Quaker Elizabeth Drinker and her servant, Jane Boon: "times are much changed, and maids are become mistresses" / Alison Duncan Hirsch -- Mary Brant (Konwatsi'tsiaienni Degonwadonti): "Miss Molly, " feminist role model or Mohawk princess? / Katherine M.J. McKenna -- Arthur Lee of Virginia: the forgotten revolutionary / John Sainsbury -- Simon Girty: his war on the frontier / Phillip W. Hoffman -- Absalom Jones and the African church of Philadelphia: "to arise out of the dust" / Gary B. Nash -- Baroness Friederike von Riedesel: "Mrs. General" / Michelle Leung -- Judith Sargent Murray: the American Revolution and the rights of women / Sheila Skemp -- Phillis Wheatley: speaking liberty to the "modern Egyptians" / David Grimsted -- Benjamin Gilbert and Jacob Nagle: soldiers of the American Revolution / John Shy.

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