- Boston Tea Party (Wikipedia.org)
"The Boston Tea Party was a political protest by Boston, Massachusetts residents against the British parliament. It is one of the key national myths of the founding of the United States and a key point in the American revolution." 2-05
- Revolutionary War (Jensen)
Provides resources regarding wars and events during the American Revolution. 1-05
- Revolutionary War (Yahoo.com)
Provides a list of resources.
- Why Patriots Really Fought (US News)
"The truth is, historians say, after the first year of fighting, the nascent Continental Army was forced to leave its now mythic origins behind. The high-minded middle-class farmers went home, and a new army was formed, made up mostly of poor, propertyless laborers, unmarried men in their early 20s who took up arms not to defend some abstract ideal but because they were offered money and land." 07-08
- African Americans - Black Patriots of the Revolution (SeacoastNH)
Provides a short summary of sections of "Colored Patriots of the Revolution" by Nell. Recounts events by a biography of the mid-1800's.
- American Revolution (University of Groningen, Netherlands)
"The main body of this hypertext project, which was started in 1994, comes from a number of USIA-publications: An Outline of American History, An Outline of the American Economy, An Outline of American Government, and An Outline of American Literature. The text of these Outlines has not been changed, but they have been enriched with hypertext-links to relevant documents, original essays, other Internet sites, and to other Outlines." 07-08
- American Revolutionary (HistoryPlace.com)
Provides a detailed timeline. 10-05
- Revolutionary War (National Park Service)
Provides portraits of leaders during the war and some biographical information on most. 1-05