New Jersey in Flux: Governor William Livingston in 1777
In 1777, New Jersey was the central theater of the American War for Independence. Throughout that year, Governor William Livingston found himself combating loyalists and low morale while also trying to establish an effective governing structure for the state. Livingston would use his considerable administrative and oratorical skills to provide effective leadership during this crucial period of the conflict.
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