A Naval History of the American Revolution is a two volume set that was published in 1913. It is approximately 900 pages in length. It is a comprehensive two volume collection of the Naval History of the American Revolution. It covers important battles, events, leaders and prisoners during America's earliest war. It covers the period from from 1775 to 1783 - looking at the Naval events in American and European waters that helped birth the United States.The images below share a partial list of contents as well as some of the excellent illustrations to be found in these two volumes. This is a great collection for early American military history students as well as people studying the genealogy of the early United States.
Here are some page images from a few of the issues so you can see some of the typical contents of the volumes.
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