Michael Davis is an attorney in Denver, Colorado and a lover of history; the American Revolution in particular. In 1994 he obtained a document that pertained to Abraham Hunt, a traitor to the revolution, who on Christmas night 1776, as Washington was crossing the Delaware, was entertaining the enemy. In this book he presents the story of Hunt by putting him on trial. This book is written in a format of trial coverage with presentation of evidence and examination of Hunt. An additional bibliography at the end of the story provides images of actual documents and pieces of history used to craft the story.
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Michael A. Davis is an attorney in Denver, Colorado. His interest in the American Revolution was rekindled when he did presentations for his Masonic Lodge on the occasions of George Washington's 259th and 260th birthday. From this experience he wrote, as well as performs, two living history presentations. He does Tobias Lear, George Washington's secretary of 16 years, and he portrays Joseph Plumb Martin, a soldier of the Revolution. Both shows have been widely acclaimed. It was through his research that he first became acquainted with the enigmatic Abraham Hunt, the subject of this book.
In January of 1994, Mr. Davis unexpectedly crossed paths with Mr. Hunt for a second time. He was offered an opportunity to obtain a previously unknown document that pertained to Abraham Hunt. Recognizing the historical importance of this document and the story that could be told, Mr. Davis acquired it and set about to write this book. This is Mr. Davis' first book. It brings together his years as a trial attorney with his love for American History, and is published with the hope that you would like to be let in on a good story.
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Description du livre Xlibris Corp. PAPERBACK. État : New. 0738849723 New Condition. N° de réf. du libraire NEW6.3151716
Description du livre Xlibris Corp, 2001. Paperback. État : New. book. N° de réf. du libraire 738849723