John Hancock: Merchant King and American Patriot
Book Sales, Incorporated, 2005 - 383 páginas
He was a rich, powerful aristocrat, a merchant king who loved English culture and fashion, and, above all, he was a loyal British subject with ambitions of a lordship and a grand retirement estate in England. There simply was no doubt about it: John Hancock was the least likely man in Boston to start a rebellion. How, then, did this Tory patrician become one of the staunchest supporters of the American Revolution?
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LibraryThing ReviewCrítica de los usuarios - MichaelDeavers - LibraryThing
I thought Mr. Unger wrote an excellent book regarding John Hancock. The book was easy to follow and made for a very pleasant and informative read. I had the feeling that the author spent a lot time in ... Leer comentario completo
LibraryThing ReviewCrítica de los usuarios - cogman - LibraryThing
Easy to read as it brings to life John Hancock. A man as outstanding as his bold and disciplined signature. Connects the dots and fills in the portrait of our early American culture and history. Leer comentario completo