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11/19/05 - Nonfiction Book Reviews: American Revolutionary Era
Battlegrounds of Freedom is a fascinating travelogue through the battles of the the American Revolutionary War, inviting readers to re-enact each battle vicariously exactly where and how it was fought.
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10/9/05 - Nonfiction Book Reviews: American Revolutionary Era
The Pocket Book of Patriotism retells the thrilling story of America from an unabashedly traditional, proudly patriotic point of view. A concise handbook for the informed modern patriot, it is an inspired celebration of the great American experiment. Inspired by George Courtauld's bestselling Pocket Book of British Patriotism, Jonathan Foreman's companion book is refreshingly free of political correctness of any stripe—a source of patriotic inspiration that you will want to turn to again and again.
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10/9/05 - Nonfiction Book Reviews: American Revolutionary Era
The History Press is proud to present Reflections of Rebellion: Hours with the Living Men and Women of the Revolution, by nineteenth-century historian Benson J. Lossing, as a new addition to the "New World Classics" series. Out of print since 1889, Reflections of Rebellion is highly sought-after by historians, as it contains primary accounts of the Revolutionary War participants from eight states.
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10/1/05 - Nonfiction Book Reviews: American Revolutionary Era
James Grant examines the complex and often contradictory Founding Father in the most well-rounded and multifaceted portrait of John Adams to date. Chronicling Adams's life - from his beginnings on a hardscrabble Massachusetts farm to the Continental Congress, Court of St. James, and the White House - Grant traces the words and deeds of one of America's most learned but politically star-crossed leaders.
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10/1/05 - Nonfiction Book Reviews: American Revolutionary Era
British Supporters of the American Revolution by Sheldon S. Cohen focuses on five unrenowned men of Britain's `middling orders'. These individuals actively endeavoured to aid the American cause. Their efforts, often unlawful, brought them into contact with Benjamin Franklin, for whom they befriended rebel seamen confined in British gaols. Their stories - rendered here - open up new areas for study of the American War on this middling segment of Britain's social structure.
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9/3/05 - Hurricane Katrina
Because PatriotResource.com is based in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, updates to the website have been disrupted for more than a week. Our own close friends, family and work were not severely affected by the hurricane. Though Baton Rouge itself only suffered isolated wind damage and power outages, the ongoing relief efforts for the areas to the east and southeast are taxing Baton Rouge. As a result, updates may be sporadic in spite of our efforts to return to many of the regular routines of life as a comfort for our own families.
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8/12/05 - Nonfiction Book Reviews: American Revolutionary Era
John Jay was a central figure in the early history of the American Republic. A New York lawyer, born in 1745, Jay served his country with the greatest distinction and was one of the most influential of its Founding fathers. In the first full-length biography for almost seventy years. Walter Stahr brings Jay vividly to life, setting his astonishing career against the background of the American Revolution.
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7/31/05 - Nonfiction Book Reviews: American Revolutionary Era
No matter where in history one turns, pets are always an important part of life. In Caroline Tiger's new book, General Howe's Dog, Tiger delves into the historical account of General George Washington during the Revolutionary War as proper breeding takes precedence in an unusual military footnote of civility under fire.
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7/3/05 - Nonfiction Book Reviews: American Revolutionary Era
In A Great Improvisation, author Stacy Schiff draws from new and little-known sources to illuminate the least-explored part of Franklin's life. Here is an unfamiliar, unforgettable chapter of the Revolution, a rousing tale of American infighting, and the treacherous backroom dealings at Versailles that would propel George Washington from near decimation at Valley Forge to victory at Yorktown.
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