Pottery and Revolution

There were “rebellious” activities in colonial America well before the French and Indian War and the series of governmental acts that would eventually culminate in the American Revolution. The history of the ‘poor potter’ of Yorktown, and how his business reflected the growing desire for American independence, deserves to be remembered.

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