The Blackwell Encyclopedia of the American Revolution

The Blackwell Encyclopedia of the American Revolution

Book - 1991
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WILEY
This encyclopedia, to which many of the foremost scholars in the field have contributed, describes clearly and readably the many different ideas and events that constitute what we know as the American Revolution. Equally suitable for browsing and as a reference source, and illustrated with many paintings, drawings and documents of the period, this substantial volume is likely to remain a standard work on the subject for many years to come.

Baker & Taylor
Presents a comprehensive account of the events, people, and ideas of the Revolutionary period in America, with entries covering the arts, literature, and music of the time, as well as the influence of religion, ideology, and language

Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : Blackwell Reference, 1991
ISBN: 9781557862440
1557862443
Branch Call Number: REF 973.303 BLACK
Characteristics: xvi, 845 pages : illustrations, maps ; 26 cm

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