Cotton Mather

Dennis Abrams

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Synopsis: A series that focuses on the some of the most influential activists, politicians and intellectuals who lived during the formation of early America, whose lives--from birth through childhood, family life, education, death and legacy--exemplify the hardships and trials of colonial times. The series meets standard biography requirements, includes full-color and black-and-white photographs, informative sidebars, a bibliography and other sources for further research, and a chronology and timeline of each subject's life.

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