- n. the revolution of the American Colonies against Great Britain; 1775-1783
“Robert Morris : financier of the American Revolution / Charles Rappleye. p. cm.”
“Ms. Madison, protégée of Pulitzer Prize-winner Cary Harper, is most known for historical fiction set during the American Revolution and the Civil War.”
“Western Lands and the American Revolution Abernethy, 520–21”
“During the American Revolution in 1780, the 22-gun British warship was lost in a gale with barely a trace and as many as 130 people aboard.”
“Beaumarchais and the American Revolution Lanham, MD, 2002.”
“Born in suburban Chicago as a Daughter of the American Revolution whose members can “prove lineal descent from a patriot of the American Revolution”, she earned a college degree in history and won an independent fellowship to study architectural historic preservation in London.”
“SIR, -- The copy of your Observations on the American Revolution which you were so kind as to direct to me came duly to hand, and I should sooner have acknowledged the receipt of it but that I awaited a private conveiance for my letter, having experienced much delay and uncertainty in the posts between this place and London.”
“The British army, on the other hand, was recruited from the lowest rungs of English society—three British regiments in the American Revolution were composed entirely of reprieved criminals—and its heavyhanded sergeants instantly and severely disciplined insubordinates.”
“The Financier and the Finances of the American Revolution New York, 1891, 2 vols.”
“The next year, 1776, Piccinni was called to Paris as an unwilling conscript in the musical revolution, which was raging no less fiercely than the American Revolution of the same time.”
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