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History Camp Discussions
Thursday, July 28, 2022 @ 8 pm Eastern
Albert Louis Zambone
Daniel Morgan: A Revolutionary Life

A nuanced and engrossing look at the life of the soldier and colonial politician Daniel Morgan. Zambone traces the arc of his subject’s life to show how Morgan successfully “fought his way upward through the social hierarchy” from laborer to congressman. As a teenager, he worked for a farmer, then became an overseer and eventually an entrepreneur, county militia captain, and member of the gentry. He commanded a company of riflemen accompanying Benedict Arnold on the march to Quebec in 1775, assuming command after Arnold was shot. Morgan’s skill as a military man and his innovative tactics led to more military responsibilities.


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