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Series: Revolutionary War Leaders

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Alexander Hamilton: First U.S. Secretary of the Treasury by Veda Boyd Jones
Anthony Wayne: American General by Patricia A. Grabowski
Baron Von Steuben: American General by Bruce Adelson
Benedict Arnold: Traitor to the Cause by Norma Jean Lutz
Betsy Ross: American Patriot by Susan Martins Miller
Ethan Allen: Revolutionary Hero by Virginia Aronson
Francis Marion: The Swamp Fox by Kay Cornelius
General Thomas Gage: British General by Bonnie Hinman
George Rogers Clark: American General by Michael Burgan
George Washington: First U.S. President by Tara Baukus Mello
James Madison: Father of the Constitution (Revolutionary War Leaders) by Brent P. Kelley
James Monroe (Rwl) (Revolutionary War Leaders) by Brent Kelley
John Adams: Second U.S. President by Michael Burgan
John Burgoyne: British General by Daniel E. Harmon
John Hancock (Revolutionary War Leaders) by Ann Gaines
John Jay: First Chief Justice of the Supreme Court by Phelan Powell
John Paul Jones: Father of the U.S. Navy by Norma Jean Lutz
King George III (Revolutionary War Leaders) by Ann Gaines
Lafayette: French Freedom Fighter by JoAnn A. Grote
Lord Cornwallis: British General (Revolutionary War Leaders) by Daniel E. Harmon
Molly Pitcher: Heroine (Revolutionary War Leaders) by Eileen Dunn Bertanzetti
Nathan Hale (Revolutionary War Leaders) by Loree Lough
Nathanael Greene: Military Leader by Meg Greene
Patrick Henry: American Statesman and Speaker (Revolutionary Leaders) by JoAnn A. Grote
Paul Revere: American Patriot (Revolutionary Leaders) by JoAnn A. Grote
Samuel Adams (Rwl) (Revolutionary War Leaders) by Veda Boyd Jones
Thaddeus Kosciuszko: Polish General and Patriot by Meg Greene
Thomas Jefferson: Author of the Declaration of Independence by Veda Boyd Jones
Thomas Paine (Revolutionary War Leaders) by Bruce Fish
William Howe: British General (Revolutionary War Leaders) by Bruce Adelson

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.

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