The Journal of the American Revolution Annual Volume (2015)

annualvol2015cover-largeGood news everyone! The next annual volume from JAR is due out in a few months. I have three submissions in this one about which I’m very excited! Check out the JAR page dedicated to the release here.

As the site lists, these are just a few of the questions that the book will address:

  • Who was Crispus Attucks besides a casualty of the Boston Massacre?
  • How did Samuel Adams really recruit the Sons of Liberty?
  • Was Benjamin Franklin America’s first whistle blower?
  • Why did the Continental Congress ban theatre?
  • Who else helped Paul Revere on his “midnight ride”?
  • What was the first naval skirmish of the American Revolution?
  • Why is Billy Flora one of the true heroes of the Revolution?
  • What weapons did Benjamin Franklin suggest for the war?
  • Did American Patriots really disarm peaceable citizens?
  • How old were soldiers in the British army?
  • Who tried to assassinate George Washington, and how was the plot foiled?
  • What critical contributions did Silas Deane make to the war effort?
  • What’s the difference between a Lord, a Baron and a Count?
  • What was the greatest siege during the Revolution?
  • Who were the top American Loyalist officers?
  • Patriot and Loyalist: What if a man served both sides, almost equally?
  • How did kidnapping plots by both sides unravel?
  • Who outfoxed the “Swamp Fox”?

If you are into the American Revolution and want to stay on top of the discussions happening about it, then you’ll want to pick up a copy of this volume. Pre-order today! Share this link with your friends. Spread the word.


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