New Publications From W3R-US Advisors Available!


W3R-US historian Robert Selig has just released new research on “The Franco-American Encampment in the Town of Greenburgh, 6 July – 18 August 1781: A Historical Overview and Resource Inventory (Greenburgh, NY: Town of Greenburgh, 2020).”

It’s 260 pages long with dozens of maps and is available for free download here:

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A new book featuring ten essays on the Ten Key Campaigns of the American Revolution features the work of not one – but two – W3R-US advisors: Glenn Williams, military historian and Robert Selig, W3R-US historian.

Their work bookends this collection with the first essay on Lexington, Concord and Bunker Hill written by Williams, and the last on the Allied March to Yorktown, by Selig. Scheduled for release on August 18, you can pre-order hard copy or Kindle eBook now on Amazon.

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