for GLORY, PASSION AND PRINCIPLE by Melissa Lukeman Bohrer


* Part of the required reading curriculum at Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government

* Finalist for the 2004 Fraunces Tavern Museum Book Award.  The Fraunces Tavern Museum Book Award is presented for an outstanding publication that deals with American history and culture in the late 18th century, particularly the American Revolutionary War period, that is published in the preceding year. The 2003 Fraunces Tavern Museum Book Award was awarded to Harlow Unger for his LAFAYETTE (published by John Wiley).

* Author selected by the prestigious Katonah Museum in Tarrytown, New York to be one of 3 guest speakers on their annual panel in the Fall of 2003. The other guest authors were Gail Collins (author of America's Women, a story on the impact of women in the development of our country), and Margaret Carlson (author of Anyone Can Grow Up, and the first female columnist for Time magazine). The event attracted coverage from The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, the Associated Press, Newsday, Art News, CNN, and Cablevision, among others.

* A Foreign edition of GLORY is forthcoming in French in 2006.