The American Revolution: A History in Documents

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References to illustrations and their captions are indicated by page numbers inbold.
Absalom, story of, 126–127
Adams, Abigail, 53, 98–99, 146–148
Adams, John, 18, 37, 51–54, 56, 98, 100–101, 113–116, 115, 147, 150, 164, 168–169, 193
Adams, Samuel, 171
[Address to the Ladies, An,] 151
Advertising, 176
African Americans, 128, 135, 138–146, 169, 180–183. See also specific topics
African Methodist Episcopal Church, 135
African-American Loyalists, 13–14, 81–83
African-American slaves, 13, 39, 71, 81–83, 95–96, 105, 108, 138–146, 148, 168, 181–183, 192–193. See also Slavery
Africans, 12–13. See also specific topics
Allen, Richard, 135–136
Amboy, Perth. See Dartmouth, Lord
America, 16–17, 69; bonds with Great Britain, 12–13. See also specific topics
American Crisis, The, 81, 101, 192
American Magazine, 151
American navy, 92
American Revolution, 14–15, 40, 53, 70–71, 123; effects of, 11–12, 14; as a living revolution, 163–191; people's choices during, 15; political uses of, 176–184; as referenced by others, 188–191. See also specific topics
Anarchia, 11
Anderson, John, 49
Annapolis Convention, 193
Anniversaries, 172–176
Antifederalists, 120, 123–125
Appeal in Four Articles, Together with a Preamble to the Colored Citizens of the World, 180
Arabs, 90
Armed forces, 13–14. See also British troops; Continental Army; French army; German troops; Militias
Army. See Continental Army
Arnold, Benedict, 193
Arsenal, 111
Articles of Confederation, 105, 118
Ashby, Massachusetts, 53
Assemblies, 52
Associations, 44
Atlantic Monthly, The, 172
Auden, W. H., 6
Babylon, 165
Backus, Isaac, 129
Bacon, Lieutenant John, 42
Bahamas, 82
Bancroft, 173
Banditti, 50
Baptists, 129, 133
Barré, Colonel, 23
[Battle Hymn of the Republic,] 176
Battles, 43, 64–65. See also specific battles
Beatty, Lieutenant Erkuries, 87–88
Belknap, Jeremy, 171
Beowulf, 7
Bermuda, islands of, 67
Bethel Church, 135
Bicentennial Celebration of the United States, 175–176, 193
[Bill Establishing a Provision for Teachers of the Christian Religion, A,] 129–130
Bill of Rights, 14, 193; of the Northwest Ordinance of 1787, 105, 107–108; and the Virginia Declaration of Rights, 116–118, 127
Billings, William, 80
Bingham, William, 107
Birch, Brigadier General, 83
Blacks. See African Americans
Blackstone, Judge, 123
Bliss, Daniel, 140
Bolivar, Simon, 188–190, 193
Books, 6, 152
Boston, 8–9, 24–25, 29, 31–34, 38, 42, 98–99, 110, 140, 156–158, 160, 192
Boston Gazette, 18, 24
Boston Massacre, 8–9, 31–34, 157–159
Boston Tea Party, 36–38, 192
Bostonians, 26, 31, 31–34, 159
Boucher, Jonathan, 79–81
Bowdoin, James, 110
Bowling Green, 163
Boycotts, 35
Boyd, Lieutenant, 88
Boylston, Massachusetts, 110
Boylston, Nicholas, 20, 98
Brewster, Nero, 139
Britain. See Great Britain
Britannia, 16–17, 113
British troops, cover, 5, 8–9, 13, 31–34, 41, 44, 62–63, 68, 75–77, 87, 91, 158
Broadsides, 26, 33, 43, 92, 97, 99, 192–193
Brodhead, Colonel Daniel, 85
Brush, Crian, 76
Bunker Hill, Battle of, 76, 156, 192
Burgoyne, General, 69
Burnet, 114
Cambridge, Massachusetts, 41
Camp meetings, 134
Canton, Massachusetts, 160
Carleton, Sir Guy, 83
Carter, Colonel Landon, 51
Cartoons, 6. See also Political cartoons
Catholics, 181
Celebrations, 164–165, 172–173, 175–176, 193
Centennial Exhibition, Philadelphia, 172–173, 193
Chamberlain, Nat, 42
Charleston, South Carolina, 83, 143, 193
Charlestown, Massachusetts, 76, 158
Cherokee nation, 87
Cherry tree, 166–168
Chickasaw nation, 87
Child-rearing, 151–152
Children, 6, 39, 157, 168
Children's books, 152
Choctaw nation, 87
Christianity, 133. See also specific forms of
Christians, 141, 183
Christie, Agatha, 6
Church of England, 128
Civil list of the Confederacy, 118
Civil War, 173
Clinton, Sir Henry, 83
Coercive Acts, 38, 192
Cogswell, James, 51
Colden, Cadwallader, Jr., 71, 74–75
Coleridge, Samuel, 187
Colombia, 189
Colonies, 51, 53. See also specific topics

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