The Revolution in Virginia, 1775-1783
Analyzes the political, administrative, and military history of Virginia during the American Revolution. Stressing the contributions, in both men and material, that the state made to the new nation's war effort, this work shows how Virginia's leaders responded to the need to expand the state's administration and mobilize its people for war.
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