Review: POX AMERICANA by Elizabeth A. Fenn

pox americanaPLS Carney reviewed Pox Americana by Elizabeth A. Fenn for the 2013 American Revolution Reading Challenge. Here’s an excerpt:

Most visions of the America Revolution War produce images of tricorne hats, powdered wigs, red coats, cannons, muskets, and sabers. The vision of soldiers covered in puss filled blisters lying in dark dirty barns dying of illness would not be included. Nor would one think of the concept and possibility of germ war in American Revolutionary War.

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