It's strange that Hanna Trent and Nancy Shippen should be such friends -- Hannah, the quiet Quaker, daughter of the Shippens' steamtstress, dreamer of dreams made of homespun; Nancy, landed gentry, child of caprice and privilege, a reigning beauty in damask and lace. And how differently too they are touched by what is happening in Philadelphia, by the commotion in all the Colonies set off at the signing of a paper on a fourth day of July!
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