Tony Williams is the author of six books including the brief and engaging “Hamilton: An American Biography” (Rowman Littlefield) and “Washington & Hamilton: The Alliance that Created America,” (Sourcebooks,2015), co-authored with Stephen F. Knott.
He has also written “America’s Beginnings: The Dramatic Events that Shaped a Nation’s Character,”(2011), “The Jamestown Experiment:The Remarkable Story of the Enterprising Colony and the Unexpected Results that Shaped America”(2011),”Pox and the Covenant: Franklin, Mather, and the Epidemic that Changed America’s Destiny”(2010), and, “Hurricane of Independence: The Untold Story of the Deadly Storm at the Deciding Moment of the American Revolution”(2008)
He is a Senior Teaching Fellow at the Bill of Rights Institute and holds history degrees from Syracuse University and Ohio State University He taught history for fifteen years and was a fellow at the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation. He lives with his family in Williamsburg, VA. He blogs regularly at www.wjmi.org and www.constitutingamerica.org
He has lectured across the country including Colonial Williamsburg, the Virginia Festival of the Book, the U.S. State Department, the U.S. Department of Education, National Park Service Revolutionary War Battlesites, NASA, several universities and countless civics and history groups. He appeared as a commentator on Bill O’Reilly’s “Legends & Lies: The Patriots” and has appeared several times on C-SPAN’s Book TV.
He can be reached for speaking engagements by contacting him at Twitter @TWilliamsAuthor