Origin Of The American Revolution : 1759-1766 By Bernhard Knollenberg

915 Words Nov 18th, 2015 4 Pages
The American Revolution. It 's what finally seperated America and defined us as own country. Now what caused this movement that finally made the colonies snap and take control of their own lives and destiny. That is what the book “Origin of the American Revolution:1759-1766” by Bernhard Knollenberg discusses. How it came to the American revolution. WIth major influences such as the tea act and some not so influential parts, but enough to move us towards the actions that got us here. In this book he doesn 't just focus on the main points like other books such as the Boston massacre, the Quartering act, he doesn 't even make a reference to the Declaration of Independence. Knollenberg goes into great detail and depth in the writing to make sure the reader gets all of the information on the origins of the revolution. He is very specific in the smaller details that leads to the bigger picture. The book itself is very aesthetic and catches the eye. The blacked out pages with the feathery bookmark to keep your place. It stands out from the other history books that surround it.
This book doesn’t just give the reasons the revolution took place, but also the reasons on why those reasons that caused the revolution. He goes through in very thorough information to retell the events that made history. Not just the major events that hear in every history class, but the little actions that caused a big chain reaction, big enough to create a new nation. The author, Bernhard Knollenberg,…

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