Part of John's Military History Page
Quebec January 1, 1776
Charleston June 28, 1776
Ticonderoga and Mount Independence July 2-6, 1777 NEW!
Hubbardton July 7, 1777 NEW!
Bennington August 16, 1777
Cooch's Bridge September 3, 1777
Brandywine September 11, 1777
Battle of the Clouds September 16, 1777
The Paoli "Massacre" September 21, 1777
Forts Clinton and Montgomery October 6, 1777
Saratoga September 19 to October 7, 1777
Whitemarsh December 4 - 8, 1777
Valley Forge Winter Quarters 1777-78
Barren Hill May 20, 1778
Monmouth June 28, 1778
Charleston May 12, 1780
Camden August 16, 1780
King's Mountain October 7, 1780
Cowpens January 17, 1781
Guilford Courthouse March 15, 1781
Ninety Six May 22 to June 18, 1781
Yorktown August 20 to October 17, 1781
Three Pounder "Grasshopper"
Ferguson Rifle and 18th Century Military Innovation
British Infrastructure from John's Military History Tour of Britain, which includes much more!
Tower of London
Chelsea Royal Hospital
Greenwich Royal Hospital
Portsmouth Dockyard and Priddy's Hard
Miscellaneous, Colonial, and Political
Philadelphia Sites - Independence Hall and Other Buildings
York, Pennsylvania - Temporary National Capital
Phillips Grave, Petersburg, Virginia
Maryland Statehouse, Annapolis
Abercrombie's Sortie - Yorktown From "The Guns of Independence" by Jerome Greene
Atrocities in the South Yahoo Group postings by Patrick J. O'Kelley, author of Nothing But Blood and Slaughter.
The British Military in New York City, 1776 Best in the World?
A Brief History of Freedom Why is America Free?
Touring Brandywine: A Tale of Frustration and Preservation Failure
Editorial: Why is the Revolutionary War Not Popular?
Revolutionary War Links
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