Item description for Great Stories of the American Revolution: Unusual, Interesting Stories of the Exhilirating Era when a Nation was Born by Webb Garrison...
Overview Fifty-three fascinating tales introduce readers to the people, places, and events that shaped a nation and changed the world. Indexed and illustrated.
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Studio: Thomas Nelson
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.9" Width: 5.9" Height: 0.9" Weight: 0.95 lbs.
Release Date Jul 29, 2008
Publisher Thomas Nelson
ISBN 1595552308 ISBN13 9781595552303
Availability 6 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 26, 2016 07:45.
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More About Webb Garrison
Webb Garrison, formerly associate dean of Emory University and president of McKendree College, wrote more than 55 books, including "Civil War Curiosities" and "Civil War Trivia and Fact Book". Before his death in 2000, Garrison lived in Lake Junaluska, North Carolina.
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Light Reading and Enjoyable Feb 13, 2000
If you're looking for an interesting and fast reading book on the Revolutionary War, you may want to pick up this as a starter. The chapters are short and provide quite a bit of information about the principal characters. I did find, however, two errors of minor consequence. One has John Adams buried in the Garnary Burying Ground in downtown Boston, when it is Sam Adams who is buried there. The other error, I believe, is made when the author quotes Colonel William Prescott as the author of the line, "Don't fire until you see the whites of their eyes" at the Battle of Bunker Hill. Other sources attribute this line to Israel Putnam, who supposedly was quoting a Prussian prince from 30 years earlier. In any case I found this to be an enjoyable book and I suggest it to anyone who finds this war to be interesting reading.