Topic: : “Imaginary Friendship”: John Adams and Jonathan Sewall and their American Revolution
Presenter: Professor Dr. Colin Nicolson F.R.Hist.S., Editor of the Bernard Papers, Faculty of Arts and Humanities: History and Politics, University of Stirling, Scotland
Imaginary Friendship in the American Revolution: John Adams and Jonathan Sewall. Nicolson C & Dudley Edwards O. (Routeledge, New York and London), 2018.
The ‘Infamas Govener’: Francis Bernard and the Origins of the American Revolution Nicolson C. (Northeastern University Press, Boston), 2000.
The Papers of Francis Bernard, Governor of Colonial Massachusetts, 1760-69, Vol. 3: 1766-1767 Nicolson C (ed.) (2017) The Papers of Francis Bernard, Governor of Colonial Massachusetts, 1760-69, Vol. 3: 1766-1767 [The Bernard Papers Volume 3, Digital Editition], Digital Edition ed. Publications of the Colonial Society of Massachusetts, 83. Boston: The Colonial Society of Massachusetts. https://www.colonialsociety.org/node/2342.
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