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THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION: A SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

The number of histories dealing with the American Revolution is considerable. For the convenience of the reader, studies are here grouped under the following headings:

General, 1763-1789
Resistance, 1763-1776
War Years and Diplomacy
Loyalists
Documentary Collections
Atlases and Geographies
Bibliographies
Biographies and Writings of Notable Figures
Regional Studies
Databases

Entries usually list the original publisher, which is not always the publisher of the most recent paper edition. The end of the entry lists the Library of Congress call number. This bibliography is adapted from Books about Early America: 2001 Titles, compiled by David L. Ammerman and Philip D. Morgan (Williamsburg, Va.: IEAHC, 1989).

THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION: SELECTED ARTICLES

Selected Articles on the American Revolution from the William and Mary Quarterly since 1897, compiled by John Saillant. The William and Mary Quarterly has a long tradition of publishing distinguished essays on the Revolution. The William and Mary Quarterly also prints newly-discovered documents of the Revolutionary era as well as forums of scholars addressing topics in the Revolution.


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