The USS Constitution Museum proudly presents Men of Iron, a brand new book developed by researchers of the Museum. It recounts the lives and experiences of Constitution's crew during the War of 1812. This beautifully arranged and carefully researched book features dozens of photographs of paintings, artifacts, and letters - many of which reside at the Constitution Museum - that highlight and bring to life the lives of ordinary men that fought under extraordinary circumstances.
Written by Matthrew Brenkle, Lauren McCormack, and Sarah Watkins, USS Constitution Museum, 68 pages, 2012.
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