Not for Filthy Lucre's Sake: Richard Saltar and the Antiproprietary Movement in East New Jersey, 1665-1707

Not for Filthy Lucre's Sake: Richard Saltar and the Antiproprietary Movement in East New Jersey, 1665-1707

Not for Filthy Lucre's Sake: Richard Saltar and the Antiproprietary Movement in East New Jersey, 1665-1707

Not for Filthy Lucre's Sake: Richard Saltar and the Antiproprietary Movement in East New Jersey, 1665-1707

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Not for Filth Lucre's Sake tells the story of Richard Saltar -- an early settler of Freehold, New Jersey, and an ancestor of Abraham Lincoln -- who helped overthrow the oppressive proprietary government of colonial New Jersey. The book is the first in-depth study of the motivations of the antiproprietary movement.
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