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THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION


PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES, Thomas Lynch Montgomery, Fifth Series Volume II


THE FAMILY QUARREL by Elswyth Thane


BROADSIDES AND BAYONETS by Carl Berger

  • The Propaganda War of the American Revolution. Cy 1961.
  • Very good/very good.
  • Flyleaf and first six pages have fold at leading edge to about 1 1/2" at lower edge of page.
  • Published Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Press. Copyright 1961 by Carl Berger.
  • Library of Congress Catalog Card Number:61-5358.
  • Endpapers show map of The War In the South and The War in the North.
  • 256 pages which include:Epilogue, Notes, Bibliography, Index
  • During its eight-year progression the war gave birth to many divisive operations, well planned in some instances, and often involving minority groups on the scene as well as Englishmen and Americans.
  • Item No: SR1....Price $26.00

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IN DEFENSE OF THE PUBLIC LIBERTY BY Samuel B. Griffith II

An exciting and detailed book on the American Revolution by a brigadier general retired from the United State Marine Corps who also wrote THE BATTLE FOR GUADALCANAL.

  • FIRST EDITION.
  • Doubleday & Company, Inc., Garden City, New York 1976.
  • 15 Maps and Illustrations.
  • Very good in very good dust jacket.
  • 726 pages including Notes, Bibliography and index.
  • Front and back endpapers are maps of territory involved in the conflict.
  • The words of George Washington, John and Samuel Adams, Benjamin Franklin, officers and common soldiers, George III, members of his Cabinet, Parliament, Louis XVI Comte de Vergennes, and dozens of others combine to depict the full spectacle of the birth of a new nation?This book presents to the modern reader all the heartbreak and the glory which are our common heritage from those times that tried men's souls."
  • "Britain, America, and the struggle for Independence from 1760 to the surrender at Yorktown in 1781"
  • "Those twenty-one years of struggle would first force upon the loyal English citizens who lived in America the unwelcome notion of independence, and then instill in them the determination to achieve it and defend it to the death. Men who asked only a reason to be loyal to their king found instead a higher loyalty to the ideals of liberty."
  • Item NO: SRV3...Price: $35.00

PAUL REVERE'S OWN STORY, compiled by Harriet E. O'Brien

  • RARE,LIMITED EDITION, COPY 186 OF 500
  • NEAR FINE Small bump on lower edge of backstrip. Original slipcase present, but sadly deteriated.
  • COPYRIGHT AND PRIVATELY PRINTED 1929 BY PERRY WALTON.
  • 47 PAGES, INCLUDING BIBLIOGRAPHY 4 PAGE PROSPECTUS OF BOOK, WHICH SOLD FOR $15.00 LAID IN.
  • 31 ILLUSTRATIONS INCLUDING FACIMILES OF REVERE LETTERS.
  • Printed under direction of Walton Advertising and Printing Company, Boston, Massachusetts.
  • Volume One of a series of rare historic and literary publications.
  • "All know Paul Revere as the Messenger of the Revolution. Few know Paul Revere as the inventor, the artist, the mechanic, the politician, or master of industry. This is a sketch of his life".
  • The book is bound in library boards, covered with a blue, hand made Italian paper..the beauty of the binding is greatly enhanced by a reproduction of the Revere family crest.
  • THERE IS INCLUDED A NUMBER OF SPECIMENS OF PAUL REVERE'S WORK AS AN ENGRAVER, SILVERSMITH AND CARTOONIST.
  • Item Number: SRV5 Price: $175.00


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