Series: Perspectives on the American Revolution

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Sovereign States in an Age of Uncertainty by Ronald Hoffman1981
Slavery and Freedom in the Age of the American Revolution by Ira Berlin1983
Arms and independence : the military character of the American Revolution by Ronald Hoffman1984
An Uncivil War: The Southern Backcountry During the American Revolution (Perspectives on the American Revolution) by Ronald Hoffman1985
The Economy of Early America: The Revolutionary Period by Ronald Hoffman1988
Women in the Age of the American Revolution by Ronald Hoffman1989
To form a more perfect Union : the critical ideas of the Constitution by Herman Belz1992
Of Consuming Interests: The Style of Life in the Eighteenth Century by Cary Carson1994
Religion in a Revolutionary Age by Ronald Hoffman1994
Launching the "Extended Republic": The Federalist Era (United States Capitol Historical Society) by Ronald Hoffman1996
The transforming hand of revolution : reconsidering the American Revolution as a social movement by Ronald Hoffman1996
The Bill of Rights: Government Proscribed (Perspectives on the American Revolution) by Ronald Hoffman1997
Native Americans and the Early Republic (United States Capitol Historical Society) by Frederick E. Hoxie1999
A Republic for the Ages: The United States Capitol and the Political Culture of the Early Republic (United States Capitol Historical Society) by Donald R. Kennon1999

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  10. Negotiated Authorities: Essays in Colonial Political and Constitutional History by Jack P. Greene (1994)
  11. Work and Labor in Early America by Stephen Innes (1988)
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  15. Neither Slave nor Free: The Freedman of African Descent in the Slave Societies of the New World (The Johns Hopkins Symposia in Comparative History) by David W. Cohen (1972)

Series description

LT is missing - Peace and the peacemakers : the treaty of 1783 (1986)


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