The War for American Independence A Reference Guide

Title: The War for American Independence : a reference guide / Mark Edward Lender. Description: Santa Barbara : ABC-CLIO, 2016. | Series: Guides to historic events in America | Includes bibliographical references and index.

The War for American Independence  A Reference Guide

The War for American Independence A Reference Guide

An indispensable resource for investigating America's War for Independence, this book provides a comprehensive yet concise narrative that combines the author's original perspectives with the latest scholarship on the subject. • Offers readers an incisive view of the ferocity of the war and the human cost of independence • Documents how and why the Continental Army became a racially integrated army, something America would not see again until the Korean War • Explains how a colonial rebellion in America became part of a world war

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