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Sumner, William Graham


The Financier and the Finances of the American Revolution (in 2 volumes)




Dodd, Mead, and Company




New York












If you are interester in how America financed the greatest revolution in history, then you must read this classic of Sumner.

Quoted from the "Preface."

"This book contains a biography of ROBERT MORRIS and a financial history of the period, of the American Revolution. Neither of these subjects has heretofore been made the object of thorough investigation. Early in this century, two biographies of Morris were written, — one by Mease, the other by Waln; and numerous short sketches of his career have since been published which simply repeat the contents of those two. The financial history of the Revolution is very obscure. The most important records of the financial administration Between 1775 and 1781 are lost. The finances of the Continental Congress had no proper boundary. In one point of view, they seem never to have had any finances; in another, the whole administration was financial."

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