The Historical Atlas of the American Revolution

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Psychology Press, 2000 - 223 páginas
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The book focuses on the land and sea battles of the Revolutionary War in places like Bunker Hill, Trenton, Saratoga, Guilford Courthouse, Chesapeake Bay, and Yorktown, but attention is also paid to aspects of society at large like the awakening of religious zeal inspired by George Whitefield and Jonathan Edwards, the destination of immigrants, the slave trade, and relations with Native Americans.
 

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FOREWORD
8
CHRONOLOGY
11
BRITISH NORTH AMERICA
18
PROLOGUE TO DISSENT
39
THE SHOT HEARD AROUND THE WORLD
65
WASHINGTON ASSUMES COMMAND
79
THE HELP OF FOREIGN FRIENDS
102
WAR AT
123
BIRTH OF POLITICS
153
THE STATE EXPANDS
173
SELECTED BIOGRAPHIES
188
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Ian Barnes is Principal Lecturer and Programme Leader of the History Department at the University of Derby. He is the author of The History Atlas of Europe, The HistoryAtlas of Asia, and The Enlarged European Union. CharlesRoyster is Boyd Professor of History at Louisiana State University. He is the author of The Fabulous History ofDismal Swamp Company: A Study of George Washington'sTimes; A Revolutionary People at War; and Light HorseHarry Lee and the Legacy of the American Revolution.

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