The Burr household would not continue to be so blessed. On September 4, 1757, Aaron Burr, Sr,, rode to
A lot about Burr's family, their position, and his childhood is packed into that one paragraph.
Isenberg contends in her book that Burr's reputation was no worse than any other early statesman during his life. He survived controversies and died a respected man. It is historians who have made him an evil figure. Most public libraries should have this new book.
Isenberg, Nancy. Fallen Founder: The Life of Aaron Burr. Viking, 2007. ISBN 9780670063529