The Eve of Revolution

The Eve of Revolution

by Barbara Burt

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The Colonial Adventures of Benjamin Wilcox.

It was 1769, and ship's boy Benjamin Wilcox is visiting cities along the American coast. Boston is near rebellion, but not all the Colonies feel the same. In this fictional story rich with factual information, Barbara Burt brings to life the eve of the American Revolution.


Please note: This book has been out of print for awhile. However, National Geographic has licensed us to reprint a limited number of copies so they will still be used in the 2nd Edition reprint of Paths of Settlement. We expect to have this in stock sometime in July.

Publisher: National Geographic
Edition: 2003
Product: IN365
Format: Paperback
Size: 7" x 9"
Pages: 40

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