New York: Simon and Schuster, 2003. Advance Uncorrected Reader's Proof. Cardboard pictorial covers of a buckskin wearing Revolutionary War soldier taking aim at the redcoats, titling in black on a white spine. SIGNED "J Carter" on blank title page. Famous for being the only historical fiction novel ever published by a U.S. President. This advance reader's copy is in as mailed by the publisher condition, sharp and the spine uncreased. 6.5" x 9.5" pp. xii 4- 465. Jimmy Carter has become the most prolific author of any American president currently more than 30 published volumes. Fine / not issued. Item #779
"Ethan Pratt had seen the Quakers, Morrises, and many of his other neighbors swear allegiance to the crown, believing that the war was over and that the Declaration of Independence had bee in vain. Along with a few other families along the more remote frontier, the Pratts still tried to avoid an alignment with either Whigs or Tories." (p323).