- "Mad Anthony" Wayne at Fallen Timbers - The Early America Review, Fall 1996
From the Archiving Early America web site, read about the Battle of Fallen Timbers in this article by Richard Battin. This victory by "Mad Anthony" Wayne was decisive in the Northwest Territories and ended the Young United States crisis of authority.
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- 2nd Company, Hesse-Kassel Jäger Korps
Learn about this units involvement in the American Revolution from this web site by Bryan Brown.
- Anthony Wayne
The Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission Web site Read "Anthony Wayne: Man of Action". This is a biography of the American general who "was one of the most colorful of all the commanders-in-chief that the Army of the United States has ever had".
- Chapter 6: The War of 1812
From the U.S. Army Center of Military History, read this history of the war of 1812. This is an extract from the American Military History
- Department of the Geographer to the Army, Army of the United States, 1777-1783 - Revolutionary War Living History Unit
The Geographer's Department is a military living history unit of the Brigade of the American Revolution. This web site has excellent information about this branch of the Continental Army during the American Revolution and other reosurces.
- Discipline of the Light Cavalry
This page from the 17th Light Horse web site, is the 1778 manual on how to form a light cavalry regiment.
- Frederick The Great's Campaigns and Battles
On this site you can look at the maps of Frederick the Great's Campaigns and Battles. These were originally printed in Harper's Magazine during the 19th century.
- Gaskins's Virginia Battalion
Read this short history of this Virginia Battalion of the American Revolution by Richard C. Bush III, PhD, as found on the Re-enacting groups web site.
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- Indian Company of 1778
This article found on the American Revolution organization web site by Richard S. Walling discusses the involvement of Stockbridge Mohicans in the American war prior to the massacre of that year.
- Infanterie Regiment von Donop Hessian FAQ Page
This FAQ contains answers about the Hessians that served in America during the American Revolution. It is put together by the Matt Kriebel.
- Joseph Brant's Volunteers
Learn about this British volunteer unit, led by Joseph Brant from the reenacting units web site.
- King's Rangers
This interesting site examines the history of Captain Samuel Hayden's Company of the King's Rangers. This site is written and maintained by M. Christopher New.
- Le Projet Lafayette
This project is an online database that contains information about the French soldiers that served in America during the American Revolution. A great resource for biographical and genealogical research purposes. Please note that this is the French Version. The English version seems to be under construction.
- Ranger.org: Site Map for the Official US Army Ranger Association (USARA) Web Site
Read about the beginning of the United States Army Rangers.
- RANGERS IN COLONIAL AND REVOLUTIONARY AMERICA
From the United States Army history site, you can read about the Rangers in colonial and revolutionary America.
- Regiments at Valley Forge
This site is a listing of the Regiments of the Continental Army at Valley Forge. This site is a part of the Historic Valley Forge web site.
- Short History of the Quartermaster Corps
From the United States Quartermasters website, take a look at a short history of the corps. Quartermasters are the individuals involved in supplying the military.
- The 2nd North Carolina Regiment History
Read this brief history of this unit who served in the Continental line of the American Revolution. This history is from the re-enacting groups web site.
- The Discriminating General: Magazine: 40th Regiment of Foot in NA, 1717-1764
Learn about the 40th Foot Regiment from formation to 1764, in this article by Robert Henderson. This is located on The Discriminating General Web site.
40th Regiment Article part of The Seven Year War Website which offers French and Indian War articles, French and Indian War links, uniform charts, French and Indian War reenactments, military replicas (swords uniforms), film props, consulting, costume designer
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- The Divisions of 18th Century Armies and Their Weapons
Armies of the 18th century were small professional forces. They consisted of three different units: the infantry, the cavalry and the artillery. Each unit assigned specific tasks had crude but effective weapons that best suited their needs.
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