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The Revolution, 1775-1783

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  • Special Operations in the American Revolutionby Robert Tonsetic

    Casemate 2013; US$ 18.95

    When the American Revolution began, the colonial troops had little hope of matching His Majesty’s highly trained, experienced British and German legions in confrontational battle. Indeed, Washington’s army suffered defeat after defeat in the first few years of the war, fighting bravely but mainly trading space for time. However, the Americans... more...

  • George Washington's Enforcersby Harry M. Ward

    Southern Illinois University Press 2009; US$ 24.95

    A well-disciplined army was vital to win American independence, but policing soldiers during the Revolution presented challenges. George Washington?s Enforcers: Policing the Continental Army examines how justice was left to the overlapping duties of special army personnel and how an improvised police force imposed rules and regulations on the... more...

  • Inventing Ethan Allenby John J. Duffy; H. Nicholas Muller III

    University Press of New England 2014; US$ 27.99

    A fascinating look at the genesis, longevity, and meaning of the story of Ethan Allen in the context of Vermont history and memory more...

  • Now You Know ? Heroes, Villains, and Visionariesby Doug Lennox

    Dundurn 2013; US$ 29.99

    These four books from Doug Lennox?s popular trivia series provide answers to such queries about famous figures as: Who is the only left-handed person mentioned in the Bible? How did a dog named Gander become a Canadian war hero? and Which wife of England's Henry VIII had six fingers on one hand? more...

  • George Washington's Surprise Attackby Phillip Thomas Tucker

    Skyhorse Publishing 2014; US$ 29.95

    Like many historical events, the American Revolution is sometimes overlooked, ignored, or minimized by historians due to being shrouded in romantic myth and stubborn stereotypes. Here historian Phillip Thomas Tucker provides an in-depth look at the events of the Battle of Trenton, weeding out fiction and legend and presenting new insights and analysis.... more...

  • George Rogers Clark and the War in the Westby Lowell H. Harrison

    The University Press of Kentucky 2014; US$ 19.95

    "Much has been written about the famous conflicts and battlegrounds of the East during the American Revolution. Perhaps less familiar, but equally important and exciting, was the war on the western frontier, where Ohio Valley settlers fought for the land they had claimed -- and for their very lives. George Rogers Clark stepped forward to organize... more...

  • Founding Mythsby Ray Raphael

    The New Press 2014; US$ 16.95

    Ray Raphael has taught at a one-room public high school, Humboldt State University, and College of the Redwoods. His seventeen books include A People?s History of the American Revolution , The First American Revolution , Founders , and Constitutional Myths (all available from The New Press). Currently a senior research fellow at Humboldt State... more...

  • Benedict Arnold's Armyby Arthur S. Lefkowitz

    Savas Beatie 2008; US$ 18.99

    A brilliant American combat officer and this country’s most famous traitor, Benedict Arnold is one of the most fascinating and complicated people to emerge from American history. His contemporaries called Arnold "the American Hannibal" after he successfully led more than 1,000 men through the savage Maine wilderness in 1775. The objective... more...

  • 1777by John S. Pancake

    University of Alabama Press 2014; US$ 29.95

     ?A revisionist view of the Revolution?s most crucial year? it explodes many of the myths surrounding Burgoyne?s Canadian expedition and Howe?s Pennsylvania campaign. There is a wealth of fascinating detail in this book, including information on arms and supplies, rations for women camp followers, and even the numbers of carts (30-odd) carrying... more...

  • Molly Brantby Peggy Dymond Leavey

    Dundurn 2015; US$ 11.99

    Molly Brant, head of the Mohawk Matrons and chatelaine of a manor house in New York State, was at home in both Six Nations and white society. Because of her ability to influence native politics during the American Revolution, she won the respect of the Canadian Indian Department, becoming a vital link between her people and the British authorities. more...