A Journal of Fact and Opinion On the People,
Issues and Events Of 18th Century America
Read over one hundred articles in the Early America Review.
Some of The Review’s most popular articles include:
- Sons of Liberty: Patriots or Terrorists?
- The Enigma of Benedict Arnold
- The Boston Tea Party
- The Real Face of George Washington
- Washington Crossing the Delaware
- Document Signed by President Adams Proclaims America’s Government is Secular
- Phillis Wheatley — America’s First Black Woman Poet
- James Madison: Godfather of the Constitution
Add to your understanding of early America by accessing a treasure trove of articles in The Review….clicking on any of the following volumes.
- Volume 17 – has 6 articles: How The War Started In Massachusetts, Resistance To England’s Colonial Policy, Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death ..
- Volume 16 – has 10 articles: Piracy in the Atlantic, Creating Lady Liberty, The Last Men of The Revolution, Thomas Paine: Freemason Or Deist? ..
- Volume 15 – has 12 articles: A Closer Look at Hamilton And Slavery, Jefferson and the Spirit of ’76, The Gift Of Spider Woman ..
- Volume 14 – has 11 articles: Origins of Franklin’s American Dream, Finding The ‘True’ Pocahontas, London’s Transported Female Convicts ..
- Volume 13 – has 8 articles: Jefferson On Money, Puritan Letters, Gilbert Stuart & The Woman Behind George Washington, The Regulators Movement, Jefferson On Religion ..
- Volume 12 – has 10 articles: Letters from Abigail, Popular American Amusements, America’s First POW, The Forgotten Holiday, Colonization and Conquest ..
- Volume 11 – has 9 articles: Epidemics in Colonial Philadelphia, The Healthful Habits of Thomas Jefferson, How The King Lost His Colonies, Preserving America’s Documents ..
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- Volume 1 – has 14 articles: Benjamin Franklin and Religious Discrimination, The Surrender of Cornwallis, Sons of Liberty: Patriots or Terrorists?, Unruly Women: Jemima Wilkins and Deborah Sampson Gannett, The Whiskey Rebellion: Taxing “Sin” — Then and Now ..