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The Year's Best Articles from the Most Important On-Line Resource for American Revolution Studies

 

Journal of the American Revolution
Annual Volume 2015
Todd Andrlik, Editor

$35.00 Hardback

  • 432 pages
  • 6 x 9
  • 20 illus.
  • Military History
  • World Rights

About this Book

Founded in 2013, the Journal of the American Revolution has provided educational, peer-reviewed articles by more than 75 historians and experts on the journal's popular website, allthingsliberty.com. The site attracts more than 65,000 readers per month and its historical perspectives have been featured by Time, MSNBC, Smithsonian, Slate, and other national media. The periodical's roster of writers includes a balance of emerging talent and seasoned scholars. The Journal of the American Revolution, Annual Volume 2015, marks the beginning of a partnership between Westholme Publishing and the journal to provide an annual print edition of the journal's best historical research and writing. These annual volumes are designed for institutions, scholars, and enthusiasts alike to provide a convenient overview of the latest research and scholarship in American Revolution studies.

The sixty articles in the 2015 edition include: "How Samuel Adams Recruited Sons of Liberty" by J. L. Bell; "A Patriot–Loyalist: Playing Both Sides" by Todd W. Braisted; "How Old Were Redcoats? Age and Experience of British Soldiers in America" by Don N. Hagist; "The Great West Point Chain" by Hugh T. Harrington; "Raid Across the Ice: The British Operation to Capture Washington" by Benjamin Huggins; "So Heavy a Trial: The Burning of New York's First Capital" by Jack Kelly; "An Elegant Dinner with General Washington at Valley Forge Headquarters" by Nancy K. Loane; "Mount Vernon: A Landscape for the New Cincinnatus" by Joseph Manca; "The British Spy Plot to Capture Fort Ticonderoga" by John A. Nagy; "The Top Ten British Losers" by Andrew O'Shaughnessy; "Honorable Lords and Pretend Barons: Sorting Out the Noblemen of the American Revolution" by Jim Piecuch; "Paul Revere's Other Riders and Rides" by Ray Raphael; and "William Lee and Oney Judge: A Look at George Washington and Slavery" by Mary V. Thompson.

TODD ANDRLIK is founder and editor of the Journal of the American Revolution and author of Reporting the Revolutionary War, named American Revolution Book of the Year by the New York American Revolution Round Table. Andrlik is a full-time marketing and media professional whose history-related writing has been featured by media and historical organizations, including NPR, C-SPAN, CNN, Smithsonian, Time, Mount Vernon, Fort Ticonderoga, and the American Revolution Center.

 

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