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Henry Hulton and the American Revolution: An Outsider's Inside View

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Henry Hulton was an Englishman who moved to Boston in 1767 as a member of the new American Board of Customs Commissioners. The board was supposed to curtail smuggling and bring greater efficiency to the administration of empire. It failed, and Hulton fled Massachusetts in 1776, joining an exodus of the politically displaced. " Hulton eventually wrote a never-published hist ...more
Hardcover, 461 pages
Published May 10th 2010 by Colonial Society of Massachusetts (first published May 4th 2010)
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