Posts Tagged ‘William and Mary Quarterly’

Just a quick note regarding the one item that caught my eye in the latest William & Mary Quarterly: Seth Cotlar of Willamette University reviews Gary Nash’s and Graham Hodges’ book Friends of Liberty: Thomas Jefferson, Tadeusz Kościuszko*, and Agrippa Hull: A Tale of Three Patriots, Two Revolutions, and a Tragic Betrayal of Freedom in the New Nation. (If I’m not mistaken, that book has one too many subtitles.)

*Apparently the correct pronunciation of Mr. K’s name is Kosh-CHYOOSH-ko.


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The arrival of the latest William and Mary Quarterly (or WMQ, as I affectionately call it) has occasioned its usual flutter of excitement among its devotees.  The following items in the table of contents caught my eye:

Come visit WMQ at the library, or (if you’re at a TJF computer or your institution subscribes) check it out online at the History Cooperative.

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