Jefferson and the Gun-Men

Paperback $19.00

Broadway Books | Oct 16, 2001 | 352 Pages | 6 x 9 | ISBN 9780609807101

  • Paperback$19.00

    Broadway Books | Oct 16, 2001 | 352 Pages | 6 x 9 | ISBN 9780609807101

  • Ebook$12.99

    Crown | Feb 05, 2002 | ISBN 9780676806564

Praise

“Styled more as an adventure narrative . . . an enjoyable romp with Lewis, Clark, and Pike, along with an interesting introduction to the drama of Aaron Burr’s failed attempt to establish himself as emperor of the Louisiana territories.”—Kirkus Reviews

“In this tale of subterfuge, derring-do, and exploration, we learn the stories of Lewis and Clark and Zebulon Pike in ways we never heard of before. . . . Those who have grown up with the assumption that the U.S. government was always a coherent whole will find this disturbing. We see that our unity was fought over even before the great conflagration of the Civil War. Montgomery has done a truly Homeric job of finding the obscure fact, the explaining anecdote, and the indisputable truth about numerous events. His book is sharp, easily understood, and places this great conspiracy in context.”—The Decatur Daily (Alabama)

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