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eBook Hugh Gaine: A Colonial Printer-Editor's Odyssey to Loyalism (New Horizons in Journalism) epub

by Associate Professor Alfred Lawrence Lorenz Ph.D.,Howard Rusk Long

eBook Hugh Gaine: A Colonial Printer-Editor's Odyssey to Loyalism (New Horizons in Journalism) epub
  • ISBN: 0809305887
  • Author: Associate Professor Alfred Lawrence Lorenz Ph.D.,Howard Rusk Long
  • Genre: History
  • Subcategory: Americas
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Southern Illinois University Press; 1st edition (December 1, 1972)
  • Pages: 208 pages
  • ePUB size: 1974 kb
  • FB2 size 1619 kb
  • Formats docx mbr doc lrf


Hugh Gaine was a Colonial New York printer who in the second year of the American Revolution first allied his .

Hugh Gaine was a Colonial New York printer who in the second year of the American Revolution first allied his press to the American cause, then deserted to publish his newspaper for the British. This first book-length biography of Gaine contributes substantially to our knowl�edge of journalism in the Colonial period and provides fascinating insights into life in Revolutionary times. Gaine was more than a turncoat Amer�ican, Lorenz shows.

Hugh Gaine was a Colonial New York printer who in the second year of the American .

by Alfred Lawrence Lorenz. by. Alfred Lawrence Lorenz

Hugh Gaine was a Colonial New York printer who in the second year of the American Revolution first allied his press to the American cause, then deserted to. .by Alfred Lawrence Lorenz.

Hugh Gaine was a Colonial New York printer who in the second year of the American Revolution first allied his press to the American cause, then deserted to publish.

Associate Professor Alfred Lawrence Lorenz, Howard Rusk Long

Associate Professor Alfred Lawrence Lorenz, Howard Rusk Long. Hugh Gaine was a Colonial New York printer who in the second year of the American Revolution first allied his press to the American cause, then deserted to publish his newspaper for the British.

Lorenz, Alfred Lawrence, 1937-. Gaine, Hugh, 1726 or 1727-1807. Carbondale, Southern Illinois University Press. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by ttscribe15. hongkong on January 8, 2019. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata).

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Hugh Gaine was a Colonial New York printer who in the second year of the American Revolution first allied his press to the American cause, then deserted to publish his newspaper for the British. This first book-length biography of Gaine contributes substantially to our knowl­edge of journalism in the Colonial period and provides fascinating insights into life in Revolutionary times.

 

Gaine was more than a turncoat Amer­ican, Lorenz shows. From his reading of the files of Gaine’s newspaper, from un­published material, and from a wide va­riety of printed sources, Lorenz has pieced together this study of economic and political conservatism, religious be­lief, and social class feelings which made Gaine a prototypal Loyalist to the British cause, though a citizen, or at least a resi­dent, of the United States, to the end of his days, in 1807.

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