Boston and the Great Civil War (2nd edition)



This detailed account, Arthur Garner, of Boston’s part in the Civil War places it in the national context. 

The first half of the 17th century was not only a time of importance in the history of Boston in the Lincolnshire Fens but a time of considerable importance in the history of Britain and the world.  Boston, as a major East Coast port, a gateway for the trade with Europe and a hot bed of religious dissent had a greater significance than had perhaps been recognised.

All copies are new however they are now half the RRP as they are marked in the centre by the deterioration of the staples however the content is completely in tact and readable.

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A A Garner


Richard Kay Publications


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