Franklin on Franklin /

Benjamin Franklin's Autobiography ends in 1758, some thirty years before he died. Those three decades included some of the statesman's greatest triumphs, yet instead of including them in his memoir, Franklin spent the years continually revising his original text. Paul Zall has created a ne...

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Main Author: Zall, Paul M.
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Lexington : The University Press of Kentucky, ©2015.
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Online Access:Available via EBSCO eBook Collection
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Table of Contents:
  • Cover; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Acknowledgments; A Note on the Text; Introduction: Ben Franklin Revising; 1. Growing Up Bostonian: January 1706-April 1722; 2. Becoming a Journalist: April 1722-September 1723; 3. On the Road to Philadelphia: 25 September-1 October 1723; 4. Settling at Philadelphia: October 1723-May 1724; 5. A Prodigal's Return to Boston: April 25-June 1724; 6. Plotting to Deceive & Being Deceived :June-November 1724; 7. Living in London: 25 December 1724-21 July 1726; 8. Sailing Home: 23 July-11 October 1726; 9. Facing Uncertain Philadelphia: Future 1726-1727.
  • 10. Venturing into Business: May 1728-September 173011. Entering Business for Himself: 1729-1730; 12. Finding Felicity in Philadelphia: 1731-1732; 13. Promoting Virtue & Views: 1731-1754; 14. Taking Care of Business: 1736-1739; 15. Promoting the Great Awakening: 1739-1740; 16. Promoting Provincial Defense: 1740s; 17. Establishing an Academy: 1749; 18. Retiring to Public Service: 1748-1753; 19. Experimenting with Electricity: 1743-1753; 20. Promoting a United Front: 1754; 21. Soldiering on the Frontier: 1756; 22. Making a Mission to London: 1756-1757; 23. Lobbying in London: 1757-1762.
  • 24. Skirmishing with Parliament: 1757-176525. Coping in a Calm: 1766-1770; 26. Agitating for All Americans: 1770-1774; 27. Failing to Reconcile: 1774-1775; 28. Forging Independence: 1775-1785; 29. Free at Last: 1785-1790; Notes; Selected Bibliography; Index.