In Revolutionary Blacks: Discovering the Frank Brothers, Freeborn Men of Color, Soldiers of Independence historian Shirley L. Green takes the reader on a journey based on her family’s history, rooted
What did the experience of early American warfare look like from a Native American perspective? Before contact with European people, Native Americans formulated their own modes of warfare, which were
Many historians consider the battle of Camden as the high tide of Great Britain’s prospects for victory in the American South. In the spring of 1780, British leadership focused their
Rochambeau’s army order book, unpublished, transcribed in full and put into context by the author, brings us into daily life of french army. No, the French army was not idle!
Efforts upon the waves played a critical role in European and Anglo-American conflicts throughout the eighteenth century. Yet the oft-told narrative of the American Revolution tends to focus on battles
American independence would not have been achieved without diplomatic, financial, and military support from Europe. And without recognition from powerful European nations, the young country would never have assumed an
A new book by author Margaret Denise Dennis, fully illustrated by Kimberley Lyles-Folkman, which tells the true story of Margaret’s ancestor, Bristol Budd Sampson, an African American patriot of the