GENTLEMEN AND REBELS by George H. Faulkner

GENTLEMEN AND REBELS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Radio scripts into book form are rarely as successful as these absorbing stories of our forefathers from the Cavalcade of America. They open with Nathaniel Bacon's revolt in 1676 against the tyrannical Gov. Berkeley of Virginia, a revolt that was a century before its time. Among the places that follow are John Adams' famous murder trial, Paul Revere's immortal ride, Jefferson's courtship, Franklin's inventions, and many more.

Pub Date: Sept. 14th, 1954
Publisher: Little, Brown