An American Patriot in the Carolina Backcountry (Book)

Lennon, Donald R.
January 2003
North Carolina Historical Review;Jan2003, Vol. 80 Issue 1, p88
Book Review
Reviews the non-fiction book 'James Williams: An American Patriot in the Carolina Backcountry,' by William T. Graves.


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