And then there were none

The first book to be banned in America was written by Thomas Morton, an English businessman, entrepreneur, lawyer and poet, who arrived in the colonies in 1624 with a boatload of Puritans. He settled in what is now Quincy, Mass.

Morton, considered a “dandy,” adapted to his new surroundings and founded the Merrymount

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