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Claire Bellerjeau & Tiffany Yecke Brooks — Espionage and Enslavement in the Revolution: The True Story of Robert Townsend and ElizabethHistory Camp Discussions, 1700s, American Revolutionary War (1776–1783), Claire Bellerjeau, Espionage + Spies, Slavery and Abolitionists, Tiffany Yecke Brooks PhD, United States, US–New York, US–South Carolina
Susan Nagel, PhD — Patriotism and Profit: Washington, Hamilton, Schuyler, and the Rivalry for America’s Capital CityHistory Camp Discussions, 1700s, 1800s, Government, Post-American Revolutionary War / Founding (>1783), Susan Nagel PhD, United States, US Founding Fathers, US Presidents, US–New York, US–Washington DC
Lindsay M. Chervinsky, PhD — The Cabinet: George Washington and the Creation of an American InstitutionHistory Camp Discussions, 1700s, American Colonial Era (1607–1776), American Revolutionary War (1776–1783), Continental Army, Lindsay M. Chervinsky PhD, Politics, Post-American Revolutionary War / Founding (>1783), United States, US Founding Fathers, US Presidents
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