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The Brethren

A Story of Faith and Conspiracy in Revolutionary America

  • Map: The Royal Colony of North Carolina c. 1735
  • Introduction: The Brethren
  • 1. Along the Sound
  • 2. Protestants
  • 3. Revolution
  • 4. July Fifth
  • 5. Conventions of the People
  • 6. The House of Fear
  • 7. Becoming Known, Becoming Loyalists
  • 8. The Sword and the Scale
  • 9. The Return of the Father
  • 10. Aftermaths
  • Conclusion: A Great Change of Seasons
  • Notes
  • Note on Sources
  • Acknowledgments
  • Index

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