Cogliaino, Francis D., "Was the American Revolution Inevitable?".

Ocr'd (made full-text searchable) by JR. Alden, John Richard, The American Revolution 1775-1783.

(Elizabeth Fries), The Women of the American Revolution.

Topics include: BibliographyComte de Rochambeau, Yorktown Campaign, French Regiments in America, French Naval Leaders in theAmerican War for Independence, Marquis de Lafayette, French Volunteers in American Forces, French-American Alliance of 1778-1800, Caron de Beaumarchais and Hortalez & Cie., Château de Blérancourt, Museum of French-American Friendship and Cooperation, Initiative to commemorate the Washington-Rochambeau Route as a National Heritage., World War Context of the American Revolution., Rochambeau's Instructions for Service in Allied Command., Brief Review of George Washington's Military Career.

Allen, Paul, John Neal and Tobias Watkins, A History of the American Revolution, Vol.

Ellet, Elizabeth Fries, The Women of the American Revolution, Vol.

Beatty's Journal, Maryland Line 1776-1781", Transcribed and Annotated by John Beakes, co-author of Cool DeliberateCourage: John Eager Howard in the American Revolution.

Vol.1Vol.2 ABCDEFGH IJKLMNOP QRSTU VW XYZTopSSa Sc Se Sh Si Sk Sl Sm Sn So Sp St Su Sw Sabine, Lorenzo, Biographical Sketches of Loyalists of the American Revolution, Little, Brown and Company, 1864.


"Georgia and the American Revolution" from Our Georgia History.

Click on i to d/l. Rindfleisch, Bryan,"'Rebels and Indians': The Participation of and Relationship between Native Americans and the American Patriots during the Revolutionary War 1775-1783", Senior thesis, 2007, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire(.doc).

1 Catholics and the American Revolution Vol.

Part II "Female Camp Followers in the American Revolution: A Reading List" "Writings: Published and Unpublished" "The Foundation of an Army is the Belly,"1:North American Soldiers' Food, 1756-1945: Part I" "As many fireplaces as you have tents..."Earthen Camp Kitchens", Matt and I Dig a Kitchen..."To Accompany the article on Kitchens "The proportion of Women which ought to be allowed..."An Overview of Continental Army Female Camp Followers "We...

Griffenhagen, George B.,"Drug Supplies in theAmerican Revolution".

Raikes, George Alfred, Historical Records of British Regiments Serving in the American RevolutionRaikes, George Alfred, Roll of the Officers of the York and Lancaster Regiment: The First battalion, formerly 65th (2nd Yorkshire, North Riding) regiment, from 1756 to 1884.

The American Revolution as civil war", Common-Place, vol.

Pruett, William C., "History of the organizational development of the Continental Artillery during the American Revolution", Master of Military Art and Science Theses, Combined Arms Research Library Digital Library.

The humor of WWII applied to the American Revolution.

How-to tips: (1) Click on "download arrow , (2) open with pdf reader, (3) select topic in left sidebar, (4) use full-screen . Risch, Erna, Supplying Washington's Army, Center of Military History, United States Army, 1981 - 470 pagesSuggested by Jimmy Dick, "The Gunpowder Shortage", Journal of the American Revolution, September 2013. "The Road to Revolution".

Neumann, George,"American Made Muskets in the Revolutionary War.".

Preliminary Articles of Peace : November 30, 1782Declarations for Suspension of Arms and Cessation of Hostilities, signed at Versailles January 20, 1783Contract between the King and the Thirteen United States of North America February 25, 1783Proclamation Declaring the Cessation of Arms : April 11, 1783Summary page including most of the above and additional documentsPearson, Jesse T.,"The Failure Of British Strategy During The Southern Campaign Of The American Revolutionary War, 1780-81", A thesis presented to the Faculty of the U.S.