Uniquely presented here, and in line with the most recent research on the subject, is the New York experience of the American Revolution. • Readers learn about the early stirrings of dissatisfaction with British rule, and how this conflict escalated into the development of a new country. New York was the site of several important battles and many New Yorkers were major contributors in the war effort. • This volume contains maps, paintings, and primary source documents to show where important battles took place and demonstrate the far-reaching effects the war had on people.
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