Comprehensive and alive with incident and colorful detail, Christopher Ward's book is a remarkable account of the military aspects of the American Revolution. Here are graphic portrayals of the fortifications, the terrain over which battles were fought, the part that Native Americans played, the technology of gunnery and the hundreds of details that go to make up the broad scope of this epochal struggle that created the United States of America.
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Christopher Ward served as president of the Historical Society of Delaware and worked with the Federal Writer’s Project. Some of his works include The War of the Revolution, The Dutch and Swedes on the Delaware and The Saga of Cap’n John Smith. He died at the age of 75 in 1943.
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