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Richard L. Thorne, Jr

Good morning, Judith.

I have been having a great time going through this new site; unfortunately, I keep following links and get so far afield I need to check my history link to go back!
It is a great start and I found it to be very helpful and informative.

Thank you.
Richard T

Polly K.

There is a lovely, short, and very well-researched book about his life by Alice Hinkle called "Prince Estabrook: Slave and Soldier" (Lexington MA: Pleasant Mountain Press, 2001).

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