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The Revolutionary War was a complex birth of a nation, steeped in both noble ideals and confusing contradictions. The founding document boldly declared that all men were created equal, but in reality, some of those same men owned fellow men, just of a different color. For people of color, what was their best option? What good would the freedom of a nation be to them if it did not involve their personal freedom? Questions of loyalty and allegiance were not limited to any one race or ethnicity.
These chapters enliven the story of the American Revolution and capture the spirit of Americas patriot .
Ideal for students, or even for reading aloud at meetings of historical societies, the book received its inspiration from Patriot Medal recipient Clarence M. Carroll, who has had a lifelong interest in educating the public about American History
The American Revolutionary War (1775–1783), also known as the American War of Independence, was a war between Great Britain and its Thirteen Colonies in America which declared independence in July 1776 as the United States of America
The American Revolutionary War (1775–1783), also known as the American War of Independence, was a war between Great Britain and its Thirteen Colonies in America which declared independence in July 1776 as the United States of America. After 1765, growing constitutional and political differences strained the relationship between Great Britain and its American colonies.
These chapters enliven the story of the American Revolution and capture the spirit of America's patriot forebears .
Ideal for students, or even for reading aloud Chronicles of the Revolutionary War organizes the events of the tumultuous birth of the United States into easily read, short chapters.
This coming weekend at the Museum of the American Revolution: Dive deeper into the human cost of revolution through the story of Richard St. George, a Irish veteran of the British Army who fought in the American Revolutionary War. The head wound he suffered at the Battle of Germantown and the trauma he subsequently lived with provide a window into the physical and mental effects of war during the Age of Revolutions. Explore his story in Cost of Revolution: The Life and Death of an Irish Solider. Museum of the American Revolution.
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Todd had the reputation of being a thorough and diligent man, but Wadsworth also recalled a rumor that Major William Todd and Lieutenant-Colonel Paul Revere nurtured a strong dislike of each other. Todd had served with Revere in the artillery, but had resigned in protest at the regiment’s disorganization, and Wadsworth suspected that Todd was using his new position to strike at his old enemy, and Wadsworth liked it not. Colonel Revere, he spoke mildly, though with deliberate provocation, enjoys a reputation as a fine and fervent patriot. He is a dishonest man, Todd retorted vehemently