The Journal of the American Revolution has uploaded my article about the early days of Tammany. I hope you enjoy reading it a much I enjoyed putting it together.
The early days of Tammany
20 Friday Aug 2021
Posted George Washington, John Jay, Museums, New York City, Rufus King, Tammanyin
Bob Crothers said:
Keith, I just scanned this piece, with the intent of reading it more fully when i’ve gotten my Oct.6 draft written. Nonetheless, this looks like a real contribution to American history; i’ve certainly wondered about Tammay’s genesis and contribution to NY and NYC history and i’m sure I’ll find it in your piece. BTW, Citizen Genet eventually married one of Gov. George Clinton’s daughters. B.
Keith Muchowski said:
Thank you, Bob. I hope your talk is proceeding the way you want it to.
I find it fascinating on many levels that Genet became Clinton’s son-in-law. Do you know if there is a written record of the family relationship? Are there diaries and letters that exist, for instance? Perhaps either in an archive or that have been edited and published?