Eugene Procknow’s new book, William Hunter – Finding Free Speech – The Son of a British Soldier Who Became an Early American

Looking for inspiration on how to overcome adversity and make a lasting impact on society? Look no further than the incredible life of William Hunter, a Revolutionary War child survivor who went on to become a prominent civic leader in Early America.

In this book, Procknow delves into the previously unknown journal written by Hunter during his time as a child of a British soldier fighting against American rebels. We also explore Hunter’s journey as an immigrant who started a newspaper and helped establish educational and civic institutions in Pennsylvania and Kentucky, despite facing personal setbacks that left him bankrupt.

This book showcases Hunter’s bravery, perseverance, and dedication to democracy and civic institutions. Whether you’re a history buff or simply looking for inspiration to make a difference, this book is a must-read.

William Hunter is available in hardback or paperback from Sunbury Press or Amazon.

Posted by:Gene Procknow

Revolutionary War Historian, student of leadership and Author

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