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Tony Williams

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Jamestown Experiment: The Remarkable Story of the Enterprising Colony and the Unexpected Results That Shaped America (2011)
3.53 of 5 Votes: 1
review 1: Mr. William's hypothesis is the virtues that ultimately allowed the Jamestown colony to succeed are those that determined the American character. Jamestown was founded by investors hoping to find gold and silver, convert the native people to Anglican Christianity, find the Nothw...
The Pox And The Covenant: Mather, Franklin, And The Epidemic That Changed America's Destiny (2000)
3.22 of 5 Votes: 3
review 1: Interesting and lively account of smallpox epidemic in Puritan Boston and debate among Mather, Franklin and various others on vaccination and the role of the church. Williams has no trouble bringing this period to life but his depiction of Cotton Mather as a man of science and r...
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