The rediscovered remains of American Revolutionary War soldiers who died in South Carolina more than 240 years ago are set to be reinterred this weekend.
US, UK Must Decide Fate of Discovered Revolutionary War Cannons
The discovery of 19 Revolutionary War cannons has led to negotiations among the British government, U.S. federal government and the state of Georgia.
George Washington and a Gang of Revolutionary War Veterans Racked Up an Impressive Bar Tab to Celebrate America
‘Hopped’ up on the US of A
Dredged Up From the Past: Three Cannons — Likely from the Revolutionary War — Found in Savannah River
“It could (tell) a part of the story of Savannah that has not been looked at in a very long time”
Revolutionary War descendants work to honor Vietnam veterans
“Vietnam veterans hold a special place in the hearts of DAR members, because we recognize they were never properly thanked when they returned home from the war.”
The Slave Who Spied: James Armistead’s Role in Revolutionary War
A daring bondsman turned double agent confounds Cornwallis—and helps the Americans win.
American History Book Review: Reporting the Revolutionary War
Reporting the Revolutionary War: Before It Was History, It Was News By Todd Andrlik, […]
Lone Star: The Texas Revolutionary War
Texas’ War of Independence won the republic its freedom. Unable to attract large numbers […]
Ask MHQ: British Revolutionary War Burials
What happened to British war dead in the American Revolutionary War?
Peter Francisco: American Revolutionary War Hero
Young ‘giant’ Peter Francisco was the most renowned common soldier in the Continental Army — and possibly in the entire history of the U.S. Army.
By Michael D. Hull