Here is a link to Hamilton Cochran’s remarkable book Scudders in the American Revolution.

The Scudders played a prominent role during the Revolution.  We hope this link will allow you to appreciate the courage and sacrifice required for us to celebrate our Independence Day.

Scudders in the American Revolution


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3 Comments

  1. Laura Love Akerman

    The link was apparently blank.

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  2. Janet Scudder

    How do we purchase copies of your book?

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  3. Laura Love Akerman Yates

    I never could get the link to work. Thanks for resending it to me. The link shows up in red.

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