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The Battle of Harlem Heights (Triangle Histories of the Revolutionary War: Battles) by Mary J. Hertz Scarbrough
The Battle of Lexington and Concord by Lewis Parker
The Battle of Monmouth by Lewis Parker
The Battle of Trenton by Lewis Parker
Triangle Histories of the Revolutionary War: Battles - Battle of Bunker Hill by Scott Ingram
Triangle Histories of the Revolutionary War: Battles - Battle of Long Island by Scott Ingram
Triangle Histories of the Revolutionary War: Battles - Battle of Valcour Bay by Scott Ingram
Triangle Histories of the Revolutionary War: Battles - The Battle of Yorktown by W. Scott Ingram

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  4. The Triangle Histories of the Civil War: Leaders - James Longstreet by Melanie LeTourneau (2002)
  5. The Declaration of Independence (History of the World) by Don Nardo (2003)
  6. The story of Lexington and Concord (Cornerstones of freedom) by R. Conrad Stein (1983)
  7. Winter at Valley Forge (Graphic Library: Graphic History) by Matt Doeden (2005)
  8. Can't You Make Them Behave, King George? by Jean Fritz (1600)
  9. America's Paul Revere by Esther Hoskins Forbes (1946)
  10. The Shot Heard Round the World: The Battles of Lexington and Concord (First Battles) by Nancy Whitelaw (2001)
  11. Basher Five-two: The True Story Of F-16 Fighter Pilot Captain Scott O'grady by Scott O'Grady (1997)
  12. Childs History of the Battles of America by Josephine Pollard (1998)
  13. Heroes of the Revolution by David A. Adler (2003)
  14. Beginnings, And It Was Good by Patricia Constance Russell (2002)
  15. Our Supreme Court: A History with 14 Activities by Richard Panchyk (2007)

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