Boston 1775 on Major Robert Rogers

Major Robert Rogers

With some sadness, I am going to place this site on a quasi-hibernation as I prepare for my Ph. D. comprehensive exams in March.  I’ll occasionally write a post, but I will save any serious posts for after my comps.  In the meantime, take a look at Boston 1775‘s post titled: “A Negro servant Man, belonging to Major Robert Rogers.” While the post does not mention or discuss Kenneth Roberts, it highlights an aspect of a character in one of Kenneth Roberts’ more famous novels, Northwest Passage.  It’s information like this that helps to bring alive the historical figures in Roberts’ novels.

In addition to reading this post, I encourage you to look through the entire Boston 1775 site; it’s a joy to read for all lovers of early American history, primarily in the pre-Revolutionary and Revolutionary time period.

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Kenneth Roberts in the Blogosphere: Links to Blogs Referencing K.R.

I’ve had a rather fruitful day of finding references to Kenneth Roberts in the blogosphere today!  I will be writing some posts on these blogs, but for the time being, here are the links for you to follow:

  1. Great Performances on Lydia Bailey
  2. Laudator Temporis Acti  on K.R. and beans
  3. Economic Thinking Books on K.R.
  4. Feast of Nemesis on Oliver Wiswell
  5. Boston 1775 on K.R. and Robert Rogers
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