The Otis Family in Provincial and Revolutionary Massachusetts

by John J. Waters Jr. (Author)
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The Otis family was largely responsible for committing Barnstable to the revolutionary cause, a move that irrevocably undermined the placid, homogenous nature of their society. As he discusses the reactions of the Otises and their community to this crisis, Waters illuminates the causes of the Revolution itself.

Originally published in 1968.

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Publication Date
June 01, 2015
Publisher
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Page count
248
ISBN
9780807838365