123: Revolutionary Allegiances (Doing History Rev): Doing History: To the Revolution!

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123: Revolutionary Allegiances (Doing History Rev): Doing History: To the Revolution!

Da Ben Franklin's World: A Podcast About Early American History

Lunghezza: 94 minuti


In December 1773, the Cape Cod Tea Crisis revealed that the people of “radical” Massachusetts were far from united in their support for the American Revolution. An observation that leads us to wonder: How many Americans supported the Patriot cause? In this episode we speak with four scholars to explore the complexities of political allegiance during the American Revolution. Show Notes: http://www.benfranklinsworld.com/123   About the Series The mission of episodes in the Doing History: To the Revolution series is to ask not just “what is the history of the American Revolution?” but “what are the histories of the American Revolution?” Episodes in this series will air beginning in Fall 2017. The Doing History series is part of a partnership between Ben Franklin’s World and the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture. Be sure to check out Doing History season 1: Doing History: How Historians Work.   Bonus Content Episode Bibliography OI Reader   Complementary Episodes Episode 007: Sara Georgini, John Adams and the Adams Papers Editorial Project Episode 014: Claudio Saunt, West of the American Revolution Episode 016: Alan Taylor, The Internal Enemy Episode 018: Danielle Allen, Our Declaration Episode 025: Jessica Parr, The Invention of George Whitefield Episode 037: Kathleen DuVal, Independence Lost Episode 085: Bonnie Huskins, American Loyalists in Canada Episode 088: Michael McDonnell, The History of History Writing Episode 112: Mary Beth Norton, The Tea Crisis of 1773     Helpful Show Links Ben Franklin's World Facebook Page Join the Ben Franklin's World Community Sign-up for the Franklin Gazette Newsletter Ben Franklin's World iOS App Ben Franklin's World Android App
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