Mercy Otis Warren, conscience of the American Revolution

Portrait made about 1763 (when Mercy was 35 years old) by John Singleton Copley, 1738-1815.

The original paiting is at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. Oil on canvas, 126.05 x 100.33 cm. Bequest of Winslow Warren of Dedham, Mass., in 1931.



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Published by B&R Samizdat Express, 33 Gould St., West Roxbury, MA 02132-002. 617-469-2269
Please send your comments and related suggestions to seltzer@samizdat.com

Mercy Warren home page
Mercy, a play about Mercy Warren and General Johnny Burgoyne, by Richard Seltzer

This play, plus Mercy Warren's other plays, plus her history of the American Revolution, plus other books and documents related to the American Revolution are available on CD:

What do Mercy Otis Warren, Thomas Jefferson, Alexis de Tocqueville, Samuel Adams, and Thomas Paine have in common? They all wrote about the American Revolution and/or the Early Republic and their works are on the same American Revolution CD, in plain text, with software that lets you listen as well as read.

A library for the price of a book.

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