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Great book. I read it years ago and bought a copy for my daughter so we could discuss the issues Berkin relates...and relates so well.Published 2 months ago by Barbara D. Clark
I came to be aware of Carol Berkin's writing through an article in our hometown newspaper. Ms. Berkin was a guest speaker at the University of South Carolina in my home town, and... Read morePublished 5 months ago by jean1959
Havent even finished yet.....AND I LOVE IT!! The history of the American Revolution is entirely the best book in describing in detail the time frames and perspectives of the war. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Seth Castillo
I really enjoyed this book. She covers woman in all walks of life: aristocratic, middle class, poor, patriots, loyalists, black (both free and slaves), as well as Native Americans. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Elaine
Excellent view of the Revolutionary War from the standpoint of the wives and mothers - which is largely overlooked in history books.Published 14 months ago by CeeCee Blair
It was a pretty interesting book. It was a required read for my history course this semester and I actually enjoyed reading it, unlike other required reads I've had. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Philip LaVigne