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The pictorial history of the American Revolution as told by eyewitnesses and participants

Author: Rupert Furneaux
Publisher: Chicago [Illinois] J.G. Ferguson Pub. Co.; distributed by Doubleday [Garden City, NewYork], ©1973.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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An illustrated popular history of the American Revolution in the words of the men who fought and led the revolution.
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Furneaux, Rupert.
Pictorial history of the American Revolution as told by eyewitnesses and participants.
Chicago, J.G. Ferguson Pub. Co.; distributed by Doubleday [Garden City, N.Y., 1973]
(OCoLC)562217083
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Rupert Furneaux
ISBN: 0385026366 9780385026369
OCLC Number: 666804
Description: 400 pages : illustrations ; 29 cm
Contents: Chronology --
Griffin's Wharf --
Lexington --
Concord --
Ticonderoga --
Boston Siege --
Bunker Hill --
Selecting the commander-in-chief --
Cambridge Camp --
Quebec --
Dorchester Heights --
Charleston --
The Declaration --
New York --
Long Island --
Manhattan Island --
Retreat to New Jersey --
Trenton --
The lakes --
Bennington --
Freeman's farm --
Bemis Heights --
Saratoga --
Brandywine --
Germantown --
Philadelphia --
Valley Forge --
Monmouth Court House --
Rhode Island and Stony Point --
Newtown --
Morristown --
West Point --
At sea --
Savannah --
Charleston --
Camden --
King's Mountain --
Cowpens --
Guilford Court House --
Hobkirk's Hill --
Eutaw Springs --
Chesapeake Capes --
Yorktown --
Farewell.
Responsibility: by Rupert Furneau ; featuring water-color paintings and sketches by Kay Smith ; edited by Thomas C. Jones.
Local System Bib Number:
1610475867688_488476
991000092879705351

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An illustrated popular history of the American Revolution in the words of the men who fought and led the revolution.
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