- American Revolution.org
This web site is one of the few sites on the Internet that has excellant resources and information about the American Revolutioin. Check out the Scholar's Showcase where you will find "works by some of the world's foremost historians, on topics such as Black soldiers of the Revolution, Native American Indians in the Revolution, and much more hard-to-find information".
- Conway Cabal
Read about this conspiracy to remove General George Washington from his command of the Continental Army during the American Revolution. This is an excerprt from the second volume of Our Country by BEnson J. Lossing.
An explanation of the Conway Cabal, the earliest conspiracy in America's history.
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- From Revolution to Reconstruction
This web site is a project based on The Outline of American History.
From Revolution to Reconstruction and what happened afterwards. A project on American History containing outlines of American History & Culture, sourcematerials, essays, biographies, presidential information
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- John Adams: Unsung Hero of the American Revolution
Learn about John Adam's contributions to the American Revolutioin in this article.
- Outlaw Women - Heroic Women
It was not only men that played an active role during the American Revolution. For proof, check out this site. It examines the women that made a difference during those trying times.
- The American Independence Museum
American Independence Museum endeavors to be the premier educational resource and historic site in New Hampshire for the study, research and promotion of the American Revolution, 1720s-1820s seaport life, and the public & private lives of its residents.
- The Avalon Project : American Crisis
This is from Paine's Common sense, it begins with the famous words, "these are the times that try men's souls...". This web site is a part of the Avalon Project in American History.
- The Battle of Cowpens
Read about the turning point of the American Revolution in the South from this article on the National Park service web site.
- The History Place - Washington Prevents the Revolt of his Officers.
From the History Place, another edition about the Newburgh Conspiracy.
- The Rise and Fall of the Newburgh Conspiracy: How General Washington and his Spectacles Saved the Republic
Learn how General Washington and his Spectacles Saved the Republic written by George L. Marshall, Jr. at the Early America web site.
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