An informative, and readable, life-and-times study of Daniel Morgan, frontier Indian fighter, Revolutionary War general, gentleman farmer and United States congressman.--Richmond Times-Dispatch
Don Higginbotham is Dowd Professor of History and Peace, War, and Defense at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. His books include The War of American Independence, George Washington and the American Military Tradition, and War and Society in Revolutionary America.
A good book on a too little know figure from American history. It does a good job of telling his life story.Published 5 months ago by Chris
Excellent Overall -- Good portrayal of events and personalitiesPublished 12 months ago by Rod Lenahan
I am preparing to write a historical fiction work about the "Old Wagoner" and found the information to be more accurate than James Graham's 1856 work. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Ronald W. Hamilton
An old but still relevant and very readable biography of an oft overlooked figure of the Revolution. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Amazon Customer
Great book and I could not put it down once I began reading. If only America had more men such as General Morgan.Published 20 months ago by Chris D Gilleland