1775-1783 (Temporal Keyword)

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Citizens Under Arms: Archeological observations on the American Revolution (2013)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Wade Catts. David G. Orr.

Historian Jeremy Black described the War for American Independence as a new kind of war, a transoceanic conflict between a European homeland and its descendants fighting for independence, and one where the concept of citizens under arms played a primary role. Over the last several decades archeologists have investigated the campsites, battlefields, fortifications, and supply points of this conflict. The societies which fielded the armies dictated the character of their military formations,...

A guide to manuscript sources in United States and West Indian depositories relating to the British West Indies during the era of the American Revolution (1978)
DOCUMENT Citation Only George F. Tyson.

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