William Fowler is Director of the Massachusetts HistoricalSociety, co-editor of The New England Quarterly, and Honorary Professor of History at Northeastern University. His books include Jack Tars and Commodores: The American Navy, 1783-1815 and The Baro
"An accessible treatment of a war often viewed through the lens of the revolution that followed, though much more complex than only that."
Blame it on George Washington: a war that spilled from the Appalachian backwoods onto battlefields around the world.
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