Letters From a Farmer in Pennsylvania: To the Inhabitants of the British Colonies
Penning A Revolution
Letters From a Farmer in Pennsylvania
John Dickinson’s most famous contribution as the “Penman” and for the colonial cause was the publication of a series of letters signed “A FARMER.” Dickinson’s thoughts concerning the new Townshend Acts were published in most of the colonial newspapers as well as abroad in England and France in 1767-1768.
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