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1776 – David McCullough
The Glorious Cause – Robert Middlekauff
George Washington’s Secret Six
Valour Fore and Aft: Being The Adventures of the Continental Sloop “Providence”
Founding Brothers – Joseph J. Ellis
Paul Revere’s Ride – David Hackett Fischer
Revolutionary Characters – Gordon S. Wood
The First Liberty – William Lee Miller
Washington’s Crossing – David Hackett Fischer
What Would the Founders Do? – Richard Brookhiser
The Unknown American Revolution – Gary B. Nash
Common Sense – Thomas Paine
Rights of Man – Thomas Paine
The Age of Reason – Thomas Paine
Benjamin Franklin – An American Life – Walter Isaacson
Thomas Jefferson – The Art of Power – John Meacham
Washington – A Life – Ron Chernow
Dr. Joseph Warren: The Boston Tea Party, Bunker Hill, and the Birth of American Liberty – Samuel A. Forman – Well-received biography of the Revolutionary War doctor and hero, Dr. Joseph Warren.
John Sevier: Tennessee’s First Hero by Gordon T. Belt – A look into this celebrated soldier of the American Revolution, admired politician, and Founding Father of the state of Tennessee. Learn more about this man in this biography that examines his life and times. More about Gordon on the Posterity Project, and a book review at Chapter 16.
Alexander Hamilton – Ron Chernow
His Excellency George Washington – Joseph J. Ellis
John Adams – David McCullough
Washington’s General – Terry Golway
Collecting – Buttons
Military Buttons of the American Revolution – Don Troiani
Revolutionary – Alex Myers – Intelligently written piece and mix of historical accuracy and fiction about Deborah Samson, a women living during the American Revolution, fighting for herself, and America. Released in 2014. Also, view the authors site: http://alexmyerswriting.com
Tim Curious – A Revolutionary period murder mystery involving a 16-year-old apprentice and his journey to serve the cause of freedom. Released in 2015.