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Boston and the Dawn of American Independence (Paperback)

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By Brian Deming
Imprint: Westholme
Pages: 509
Illustrations: 32
ISBN: 9781594162404
Published: 9th March 2016


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In 1760, no one could imagine the American colonies revolting against Great Britain. The colonists lived well. Land was cheap, wages were good, opportunities abounded.While many colonists had been in the New World for generations, they identified with Britain, and England was still “home.” Yet in the space of just fifteen years these sturdy bonds snapped. Boston—a town of just 16,000—lit the fire for American Independence. Brian Deming explains how and why in his lucid, lively, and deeply researched history.

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About Brian Deming

BRIAN DEMING,a graduate of the University of Michigan and Northwestern University,was an an award-winning newspaper reporter and columnist in Michigan and Indiana. He is the author of a number of books, and now lives in Toronto where he works as a freelance editor.

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