"The figure, without blenching a hair's breadth from the sword which was pointed at his breast, made a solemn pause, and lowered the cape of the cloak from his face, yet sufficiently for the spectators to catch a glimpse of it. But Sir William Howe had evidently seen enough. The sternness of his countenance gave place to a look of wild amazement, if not horror, while he recoiled several steps from the figure, and let fall his sword upon the floor."--See vol. 2, page 20.
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See: Saint-Victor, J. B. de (Jacques-Benjamin), 1772-1858
Howard Zinn’s landmark tome, first published in 1980, has undergone multiple revisions and editions, and the newest version features a recap of the history of the book itself, which is an absolutely invaluable examination of the history of the US told not from the point of view of those with power, but those with none- the factory workers, the poor, the immigrants, the women and minorities upon whose backs the US was built.