The Young Revolutionaries
by J. C. Long

A short, clear, account of the role played in the American Revolution by young people who went on to become famous. The faculty and student body of each of the 9 colleges that existed at the time eagerly supported the revolution. College life was suspended while the students and some of the faculty went off to join other patriots in fighting the British army. This book was surprisingly informative and worthwhile.

Year Read: 2006


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