Author: Pierre V. Comtois
ISBN: 978-1-60264-312-3 (Hardcover)
Consisting of over 100 easy to access capsule portraits of America's Founding Fathers, "Our Lives, Our Fortunes, Our Sacred Honor" tells the stories of the mighty figures of an age gone by. Now students and interested readers can have a handy reference guide to key figures covering the lowliest private in the Continental Army to the most important leaders in Congress. Here they all are: the generals, the soldiers, the frontiersmen, the politicians, the spies, and the rabble rousers! "Our Lives, Our Fortunes, Our Sacred Honor" will take readers into the halls of Congress to see how independence was declared and the Constitution crafted, into the counsels of the army where strategy was planned, on the high seas where great vessels exchanged fire, on the frontier where mercy was neither asked nor given, in the palaces of Europe with their intrigue and secret negotiations, and on the battlefield where the fate of nations and the world was decided in hundreds of actions both small and large! So if you are a reader well versed in the Revolutionary era or a newcomer to the most important historical event of modern times, you cannot afford to ignore this single volume new collection.
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