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Daughters of the Revolution and Their Times 1769 - 1776 A Historical Romance By Charles Carleton Coffin
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Charles Carleton Coffin (July 26, 1823 – March 2, 1896) was... More > an American journalist, Civil War correspondent, author and politician.Coffin was one of the best-known newspaper correspondents of the American Civil War. He has been called "the Ernie Pyle of his era," and a biographer, W.E. Griffis, referred to him as "a soldier of the pen and knight of the truth." Yet he remains little known to the present day generation.A descendant of Tristam Coffin who arrived in the American colonies from England in 1642, Charles Carlton Coffin was born in Boscawen, New Hampshire, on July 26, 1832. Growing up in rural New Hampshire he was home-schooled by his parents and briefly attended Pembroke Academy and Boscawen Academy. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Carleton_Coffin< Less
Dooneys World 1776 By Carl Braun
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Finally, an American History series for children that teaches them history that actually happened and not revisionist fiction. Written by Carl Braun and wonderfully illustrated by notable artist JP... More > Dorsa, Dooney’s World tells the story of a young lad in eighteenth century Massachusetts who dreams of being a drummer boy in George Washington’s Army. He, his friend Molly and his little brother Harry take off on adventures that uncover little known historical secrets, all the time guarded by the ever-watchful Edward the Bald Eagle and his best buddy Wormy the Worm.< Less
Dooneys World 1776 By Carl Braun
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Finally, an American History series for children that teaches them history that actually happened and not revisionist fiction. Written by Carl Braun and wonderfully illustrated by notable artist JP... More > Dorsa, Dooney’s World tells the story of a young lad in eighteenth century Massachusetts who dreams of being a drummer boy in George Washington’s Army. He, his friend Molly and his little brother Harry take off on adventures that uncover little known historical secrets, all the time guarded by the ever-watchful Edward the Bald Eagle and his best buddy Wormy the Worm.< Less
Dooneys World 1776 By Jonas Clark
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A delightful multimedia book about a young lad in colonial America that dreams of becoming a drummer boy in Washington's Army. Dooney, his best friend Molly and little brother Harry take off on... More > adventures and uncover little known historic facts. All the while the children are protected by Edward The Bald Eagle and his buddy Wormy the Worm. Wonderfully illustrated by renowned artist Joseph Paul Dorsa this book is a must for any parent or grandparent that wants their child to learn REAL American history, not revisionist fiction, with a healthy dose of God included. Each book comes with FREE downloads and a talking book that you can put on your computer, IPAD, really any device that accepts flash or PDF.< Less
Dooneys World 1776 By Jonas Clark
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A delightful multimedia book about a young lad in colonial America that dreams of becoming a drummer boy in Washington's Army. Dooney, his best friend Molly and little brother Harry take off on... More > adventures and uncover little known historic facts. All the while the children are protected by Edward The Bald Eagle and his buddy Wormy the Worm. Wonderfully illustrated by renowned artist Joseph Paul Dorsa this book is a must for any parent or grandparent that wants their child to learn REAL American history, not revisionist fiction, with a healthy dose of God included. Each book comes with FREE downloads and a talking book that you can put on your computer, IPAD, really any device that accepts flash or PDF.< Less
Romantic Dialogues: Anglo-American Continuities, 1776-1862 By Richard Gravil
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Part 1 of this book examines the English contribution to the 'American Revolution', and the various models of relationship between Britain and America that existed for writers in the 'American... More > Renaissance'. Part 2 considers the politics of James Fenimore Cooper, and the inspirational role of the English Romantics in the thinking of Emerson and the art of Bryant, Thoreau, Hawthorne and Poe, Melville, Whitman and Dickinson. An epilogue explores how Dickinson and Whitman responded to the seductive music of Alfred Lord Tennyson. “How this study is received will say as much about the recovery of serious interest in literary history as about the work’s quality. Learned, rigorous in testing its assertions, mordant and spirited in its expression, Romantic Dialogues makes one wonder how one ever read the American text at all without the British context. …. An extraordinary achievement” —Robert Weisbuch, New England Quarterly< Less
DRUG SUPPLIES in the American revolution By John Fitzgerald
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"At the start of the Revolution, the Colonies were cut off from the source of their usual drug supply, England. A few drugs trickled through from the West Indies, but by 1776 there was an acute... More > shortage."< Less
DRUG SUPPLIES in the American revolution By John Fitzgerald
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"At the start of the Revolution, the Colonies were cut off from the source of their usual drug supply, England. A few drugs trickled through from the West Indies, but by 1776 there was an acute... More > shortage."< Less
Sarah Cortelyou, A Young Girl at the Time of the American Revolution By Thomas J. Ryan
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It is August 1776. The place is Brooklyn, N.Y. Sarah Cortelyou and her family live on a farm on the Narrows, the river which leads into New York City Harbor. The first major battle of the American... More > Revolution is about to begin as the British stage their ships and forces on Staten Island. General Washington has his troops stationed in Brooklyn and Sarah's father is part of the Milita which will soon be called up to join with the Continental Army to defend New York. Find out what happens to Sarah, her family and friends during this period.< Less
The Ferguson Rifle: Could Have Changed the American Revolution By Tim Jarvis
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From demonstrating his rifle in front of King George III in October, 1776, to his death at the Battle of Kings Mountain, author Tim L. Jarvis tells the story of Patrick Ferguson and his patented... More > breech loading rifle known as the Ferguson Rifle. The author provides facts, based off of original primary source documentation, as well as his own personal experiences with his own reproduction Ferguson Rifle. The different theories surrounding the eventual disbandment of the rifle, the rifle’s dominant impact at the Battle of Brandywine Creek, and the potentially fateful encounter Ferguson had with, who he believed to be, General Washington are all included within the chapters of this book. The Ferguson Rifle is an important, but often untold story that is part of the war that made America. The author explains why, he believes, the Ferguson Rifle could have had a much larger impact and how it could have changed the American Revolution.< Less