3 edition of Artillery of the American Revolution, 1775-1783 found in the catalog.
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|Statement||by Michael J. McAfee.|
|LC Classifications||UF15 .M35|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||16|
|LC Control Number||74159040|
Does anyone know any good books on the British side of the American Revolution, with their strategies, tactics, and conduct? The only ones I know of are The British Army in North America and "The War of Independence: The British Army in . The American Revolution, an encyclopedia Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. The American Revolution, an encyclopedia by None. Publication date Topics American Revolution (), Krijgsgeschiedenis.
Alexander Hamilton Papers: Miscellany, ; Military papers; By period; American Revolution, ; New York Artillery Company pay book, includes notes by Hamilton on a variety of subjects, , Aug, May Contributor Names Hamilton, Alexander, Manuscript/Mixed Material Image 6 of Alexander Hamilton Papers: Miscellany, ; Military papers; By period; American Revolution, ; New York Artillery Company pay book, includes notes by Hamilton on a variety of subjects, , Aug, May.
Get this from a library! Edged weapons of the American Revolution, [George C Neumann]. Rank: Brigadier General: Battles/wars: American Revolutionary War • Battle of Quebec: John Lamb (–) was an American soldier, politician, and Anti-Federalist organizer. During the American Revolutionary War he led the 2nd Continental Artillery Regiment Career. Image and Battles/wars: American Revolutionary War, • Battle of .
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Artillery of the American Revolution,Paperback – January 1, by Michael J McAfee (Author)Author: Michael J McAfee. Artillery of the American Revolution, by Michael J. McAfee. Artillery of the American Revolution Published by American Defense Preparedness Association in Washington.
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Washinton DC: Center of Military History. U.S. Army Field Artillery School. Revolutionary War. Right of the Line: A History of the American Field. Get To Know The Brutal Artillery Of The Revolutionary War The American Revolutionary War was one of the first conflicts fought with Author: Brett Tingley.
Artillery of the Revolutionary War. It was a short range, anti-crew weapon used on many British merchant ships to thwart the attacks of American privateers. Depending upon the size of the gun, its range was no more than 1, to 1, yards, though they were generally used for close range combat (less than yards).
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Artillery in the American Revolution traced the development of the Continental Artillery during the Revolutionary War, a process shaped by broader technological and organizational changes in artillery that transformed it into a dominant force on European and American war battlefields.
The artifacts, books, maps, manuscripts and other objects in the exhibition were drawn from the collections of the. The difference between maximum and effective range, and the difficulty in determining ranges, demonstrates the nature of artillery in the American Revolution.
Artillery was not an exact science, so the skill and experience of the gun crew often determined the success of the artillery. The American Revolution was a colonial revolt which occurred between and The American Patriots in the Thirteen Colonies defeated the British in the American Revolutionary War (–) with the assistance of France, winning independence from Great Britain and establishing the United States of America.
The American colonials proclaimed "no taxation without representation Location: Thirteen Colonies. Brown Bess. The "Brown Bess" muzzleloading smoothbore musket was one of the most commonly used weapons in the American this was a British weapon, it was used heavily by the American Colonists.
This musket was used to fire a single shot ball, or a cluster style shot which fired multiple projectiles giving the weapon a "shotgun" effect. Treatise on Artillery about The firm of Steiner and Cist republished this work in Philadelphia in This book is both a manual and a textbook, the only one available in English.
Both the British and American artillery officers depended upon it for most of their professional knowledge The Revolutionary War (), also known as the American Revolution, arose from growing tensions between residents of Great Britain’s 13 North American. The 1st Continental Artillery Regiment, also known as Harrison's Continental Artillery Regiment, was authorized on 26 November as Colonel Charles Harrison's Continental Artillery Regiment.
Raised for service during the American Revolutionary War, as originally organized, the regiment comprised 10 artillery companies from of the artillery companies existed since early Branch: Continental Army.
Title: History of Maritime Connecticut During the American Revolution,Volume 2 History of Maritime Connecticut During the American Revolution,Louis Frank Middlebrook: Author. This is a list of British units which took part in the American Revolutionary War (–), fighting against the American rebels and their French, Spanish and Dutch allies in the thirteen North American colonies, including battles in Florida and the West addition to the regular army the list includes German auxiliary units (known collectively as Hessians), and militia and.
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The American Revolutionary War, [Simon Rose] -- Introduces the reasons, key players, battles, heroes, and resolution of the war between Great Britain and it 13 American .can Army during the Revolutionary War. The compiled service rec-ords consist of one or more jacket-envelopes for each soldier containing card abstracts of entries relating to that soldier from original records.
These compiled and original records are part of the War Department Collection of Revolutionary War Rec-ords, Record Group American made artillery during the American Revolution. During the Revolution both sides made extensive use of artillery.
At the beginning of the war the Patriots had almost no artillery of their own, but Washington used captured British guns from Fort Ticonderoga to drive the British out of Boston in