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American Revolution

AMERICAN REVOLUTION -- 1775-1783

American Revolution

This site houses a number of primary sources and also provides many links to other relevant sites.

France in the Revolution

This is a study of the actions and ideas of the French during the American Revolution, and the help they provided in negotiating the settlement of the war through the Treaty of Paris.

Kid Info: American Revolution

A compilation of links to events, people and places of the American Revolution.

Liberty! The American Revolution

LIBERTY! Online is the official online companion to the PBS series LIBERTY! The American Revolution. It features a wealth of interactive information.

Patriots of the American Revolution

A list of links to people who were involved in the Revolutionary War.

Revolution: Africans in America

As "freedom fever" sweeps the British American colonies, enslaved Africans apply the rhetoric of liberty to their own continuing struggles.

Revolutionary War

On this site you can see the major events leading up to and over the course of the American Revolutionary War.

The History Place - Conflict and Revolution 1775-1776

Here is a timeline of key events leading to the American Revolution with thumbnail pictures.

The On-Line Institute for Advanced Loyalist Studies

This comprehensive site defines what a loyalist is, as well as detailing the role loyalists played in the American Revolution with chronologies, maps, and more.

Virtual Marching Tour of the American Revolution

An online educational and information service presented by the Independence Hall Association whose goal is to provide students, teachers, libraries and interested people worldwide with a vivid, exciting and accessible way to learn about the people, ideas, places and events that defined Revolutionary times.

Women Soldiers in the American Revolutionary War

History raves about the heroics of men in war, but few instances are mentioned in which female courage was displayed. Yet during every conflict, and the peaceful years between, they too were there.

Archiving Early America

"Primary source material from 18th century America — all displayed digitally." Includes the Early America Review, a "journal of fact and opinion on the people, issues, and events of 18th century America" and two features that allow you to DISCUSS or POST QUESTIONS