Links for the American Revolution
a. Hollywood movies and documentaries about the American Revolution. Please send us any suggestions to add to our list.
a. Pictures and graphics about the American Revolution.
a. A general overview of the Revolutionary War in America between Great Britain and the Americans
4. Myths of the American Revolution: Smithsonian Magazine
a. A noted historian debunks the conventional wisdom about America’s War of Independence: John Ferling
a. This link contains the following information: Timeline of events, The Revolution Day by Day, Revolutionary Stories, Revolutionary People and Revolutionary Links.
a. Battles, People, Events, Timeline and Documents.
a. The following text is a transcription of the Stone Engraving of the parchment Declaration of Independence (the document on display in the Rotunda at the National Archives Museum.) The spelling and punctuation reflects the original.
a. The American Battlefield Trust is America's largest non-profit organization (501-C3) devoted to the preservation of our nation's endangered Civil War, Revolutionary War, and War of 1812 battlefields. The Trust also promotes educational programs and heritage tourism initiatives to inform the public of the wars' history and the fundamental conflicts that sparked it.
a. Journal of the American Revolution is the leading source of knowledge about the American Revolution and Founding. We deliver America’s most important history straight to your inbox.
a. Explore the Museum from anywhere at any time with free digital resources for all ages, including a Virtual Museum Tour, a Virtual Field Trip, a rich archive of Read the Revolution book excerpts, a digitized collection of the Museum's art and artifacts, and more.
a. Livestreams about Thomas Jefferson and his life from Monticello his home.
Learn about the philosophers that inspired the Declaration of Independence, the Revolutionary War and the Constitution of the United States of America.
It has been called one of the greatest political experiments in World History! The courage, stamina and relentless pursuit of freedom of the American people is reflected in the story of its fight for independence and the government that was developed after the Revolutionary War.
See how the Enlightenment in Europe led to the Declaration of Independence. Then watch as the country fights against the world's superpower and transitions from the Articles of Confederation to the U.S. Constitution.
Learn about the American Revolution for kids, the writing of the Declaration of Independence and the development of the Constitution of the United States.
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