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One of the most prominent women authors of her time, mercy otis warren was well situated to write a contemporary history of the american revolution she was at the. Revolutions have occurred throughout human history and vary widely in terms of methods the american revolution initiated a series of social. A comprehensive account of the american revolution between 1763 and 1789, containing topic articles, concept maps, documents, images, historians and more.
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Ap us history: unit 22 historysagecom the american revolution: 1775-1783 i second continental congress, may 10 unit 22 american revolution. 11 the american revolution as long as the american continental army and state militias remained in the field, the british had to keep on fighting.
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