Blacksduring the American Revolution

Little, Brown, and Company, 1913. Mahan, Alfred Thayer, The Major Operations of the Navies in the War of American Independence, University Press, Cambridge MA, 1913.

Sympathy and Privacy in the Postwar African American White-Life Novel

Indeed, it was this treatment, as we have seen, that made the Negro cause a revolution.


Strach, Stephen, History of the Three Pound Verbruggen Gun in North America 1775-1782 (c), Eastern National Park and Monument Association, 1986, unpublished.

177 (Appendix F), Naval Documents of the American Revolution, Vol.

Click on i to d/l. Stone, Edwin Martin,Our French Allies: Rochambeau and His Army, Lafayette and His Devotion, D'Estaing, De Ternay, Barras, De Grasse, and Their Fleets, in the Great War of the American Revolution, from 1778 to 1782, Including Military Operations in Rhode Island, the Surrender of Yorktown,....

But as yet, the Negro Revolution has not found its Lenin, its Castro, or its Hitler.

British Officers Serving in the American Revolution 1774–1783.

Francis Marion, with an appendix containing biographical notices of Greene, Morgan, Pickens, Sumpter, Washington, Lee, Davie, and other distinguished officers of the Southern Campaign, during the American Revolution, c1845, Philadelphia : Leary, Getz.

Garden, Alexander,, Anecdotes of the American Revolution, A.

Also, here in original font (1783). Mooney, James,"Historical Sketch of the Cherokee", p.14-228, 1900, Nineteenth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology, United States American Ethnology BureauThe Colonial and Revolutionary Period, p.291776Dewitt's Corner, 1777Dragging Canoe and the Chickamauga townsCumberland settlersKings MountainGen.

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

National ArchivesImages:Victory in the South, 1778-81Portraits of Colonial PatriotsPortraits of British Leaders and AlliesPortraits of Colonial Traitors and ToriesMilitary Resources: American Revolution.

The American Historical Magazine V (1900) p.

Montgomery, Michael,The Term Scotch-Irish", prefatory note to his From Ulster to America: The Scotch-Irish Heritage of American English, 2006, Belfast: Ulster Historical Foundation.

Adair, James, trader with the Indians, The History of the American Indians ...

Title: The Revolutionary War sketches of William R.

Muller, John, A treatise of artillery, London, John Miland, 1764 , Mullins, James, et al, "To Shelter the Enlisted Man: A Study of Other Ranks Tents During the American War for Independence – Part I".

7 pages. Reprinted from The Magazine of American History, July, 1878.

John (London, 1788)Moultrie, William, Memoirs of the American Revolution, so far as it related to the states of North and South Carolina, and Georgia, Volumes I and II.

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

Smyth: 1769-1775.--Anburey, and the Convention army in Virginia; 1779.--The Abb?obin, one of the chaplains to the French army in America: 1781.--The Marquis of Chastellux, major-general in the French army and member of the French Academy: 1782.--Dr.