Learn more about the American Revolution through the eyes of an important, Italian Immigrant, Filippo Mazzei.
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““Just the other day General Washington sent a letter to General Howe,” Filippo began. “demanding respectable treatment for our Colonel or we’d do the same by their Brigadier-General, man by the name of Prescott.”
“Washington’d prefer trading ‘em to having to keep ‘em,” clearly the barkeep also liked being the most informed man in the room, and didn’t like the idea that Filippo bested him with the most current news.”
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