Rebels and redcoats [by] George F. Scheer and Hugh F. Rankin.

; Rankin, Hugh F., author
[1st ed.].. Cleveland, World Pub. Company [1957] .

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Other Authors Rankin, Hugh F.,
Subjects United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Personal narratives.
United States.
Description 572 pages maps 25 cm
Copyright Date [1957]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 529-537).
Summary Collection of reports on the American Revolution, letters, diaries, recollections, by the soldiers and civilians, both English and American, who participated.
Contents 1. "My Name is Revere" -- Lexington -- April 19, 1775 -- 2. "Their Balls Whisled Well" -- Concord -- April 19, 1775 -- 3. "When the Sword of Rebellion is Drawn" -- Cambridge Camp and Ticonderoga -- April-May 1775 -- 4. "I Beat to 'Yankee Doodle'"- bunker Hill -- June 17, 1775 -- 5. "The Sound of War Echoes from North to South" -- America Finds a General -- May-June 1775 -- 6. "New Lords, New Laws" -- Washington takes Command -- Summer 1775 -- 7. "Their Raggamuffins all Round Us" -- The British in Boston -- Summer-Fall 1775 -- 8. "Mutual Congratulations and Tender Embraces" -- Victory at Boston -- Winter 1775-Spring 1776 -- 9. "My Heart Sickens at the Recollection"- Quebec -- July-November 1775 -- 10. "I Have no Thoughts of Leaving This Proud Town"- Quebec -- November 1775-June 1776
11. "Never Did Men Fight More Bravely" -- Sullivan's Island -- June 29, 1776 -- 12. "George Rejected and Liberty Protected" -- New York -- April-August 1776 -- 13. "... We Have Given the Rebels a D -- D Crush" -- Long Island- August 22-29, 1776 -- 14. "A Choice of Difficulties" -- New York and Harlem Heights- August-September 1776 -- 15. "...Mad, Vexed, Sick, and Sorry" -- White Plains and the Hudson River Forts -- August-November 1776 -- 16. "...Our Peach-Brandy Fellows Can Never Be Beat" -- The New Jersey Campaign -- November 1776-January 1777 -- 17. "O! Britain, How Thy Laurels Tarnish..." -- The Second New Jersey Campaign -- January-June 1777 -- 18. "A Most Infernal Fire of Cannon and Musquetry" -- Brandywine -- September 11, 1777 -- 19. "Trophies Lay at our Feet" -- Germantown -- October 4, 1777 -- 20. "... Until We Shoot a General" -- Gentleman Johnny Burgoyne Opens His Campaign -- Summer 1777
21. "A Gathering Storm Upon My Left" -- Bennington -- August 16, 1777 -- 22. "Like Men Fighting for Their All" -- Saratoga -- September-October 1777 -- 23. "Fire Cake and Water, Sir -- Valley Forge and the Conway Cabal -- Winter 1777-1778 -- 24. "...Swear for me in English" -- Training at Valley Forge -- Spring 1778 -- 25. "Sir William, He, as Snug as Flea" -- The British in Philadelphia -- Winter 1777-Spring 1778 -- 26. "My Darling Liberty" -- Valley Forge to Monmouth -- May-June 1778 -- 27. "A Flock of Ducks in Cross-Belts" -- Newport -- Summer 1778 -- 28. "Fine Sport for the Sons of Liberty" -- War in the Indian Country -- 1778-1779 -- 29. "A Pretty Little Frisk" -- Winter and Stony Point -- Winter 1778-Summer 1779 -- 30. "The Position Back of Mr. Kembles" -- Morristown -- Winter 1779-1780
31. "Treason! Treason! Treason! Balck as H-ll" -- Benedict Arnold -- Autumn 1780 -- 32. "A Rude Shock to the Independence of America" -- The South -- 1778-1780 -- 33. "Strayed, Deserted, or Stolen" -- Camden -- August 16, 1780 -- 34. "From Tree to Tree...to the Summit" -- King's Mountain -- October 7, 1780 -- 35. "Tarleton Run Doon the Road Helter-Skelter" -- Cowpens -- January 17, 1781 -- 36. "It's Time to Run, Bob" -- The Race to the Dan -- January-February 1781 -- 37. "The Sweets of Liberty and Grace" -- Guilford Court House -- March 15, 1781 -- 38. "Mischief is A-Brewing" -- Greene in South Carolina -- April 1781-December 1782 -- 39. "A Successful Battle May Give us America" -- The Virginia Campaign -- May-August 1781 -- 40. "The Play, Sir, is Over" -- Yorktown -- September-October 1781 -- 41. "Having Now Finished the Work Assigned Me..." -- The Last Days -- 1782-1783.
Genre History.
Personal narratives.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1116625
(OCoLC)ocm01116625
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Scheer, George F.
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