Paul Revere has a special place in the history of USS Constitution having supplied parts for the original ship in the1790s. He is also one of he most celebrated and best know of the patriots during the Revolutionary War. How he ended up being court-martialed for his part in a failed naval expedition in 1778 is the subject of an new book by author Michael M. Greenburg.
A little-known chapter of American history is brought to light in an authoritative, well researched volume that's been called "riveting" and enlightening insight into the complex personality of one of our nation's best-known heroes.
Hardcover, 2014, ForeEdge,304 pages
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