John Laurens and the American Revolution
Univ of South Carolina Press, 2000 - 327 страници
This comprehensive biography explores the life of one of America's true revolutionaries. It explores the background to his reputation for reckless bravery, which he acquired during major battles and sieges in the revolutionary war, and his controversial plans to free black slaves.
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The Voltaire of Carolina
I hate the Name of King
Standing on the verge of Eternity
Those dear ragged Continentals
That bravery which becomes freemen
White Pride Avarice
The greatest and most humiliating misfortune of my life
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