John Morton (Kovakantinen kirja)

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In her book, Riitta Maria Heino presents an accurate history of Finn Martti Marttinen's emigration from Finland to the Colony of Delaware in 1641, which was then ruled by Sweden. The history closely follows the family line from one generation to the next all the way to statesman John Morton, who cast the deciding vote in the Continental Congress in Philadelphia on 4 July 1776, thus marking the birth of the United States of America.

The book is a unique historical account of an important American statesman of Finnish extraction, which surely had an impact, even at the genetic level, on his ideas, opinions and outlooks for the future. - The author describes the life and upbringing of young John Morton. How such a gifted young man would only attend school for a short time due to the lack of educational institutions to become the Chief Justice of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.

Riitta Maria Heino provides a wealth of well-researched information: Passenger manifests, documents from the Governor of Pennsylvania, on Finnish immigrants are incontrovertible.
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