American Revolution Reference Library, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 078769147X
  • ISBN-13: 9780787691479
  • DDC: 973.3
  • Grade Level Range: 6th Grade - 10th Grade
  • 974 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2000 | Published/Released December 2003
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2000

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This 4-vol. set supplies the in-depth information about the American Revolution that students and researchers need for class assignments and reports.

American Revolution: Almanac provides a range of historical information and current commentary on the American Revolution in 12 subject chapters.

American Revolution: Biographies profiles approximately 60 British and American men and women connected with the conflict.

American Revolution: Primary Sources presents the text of 32 related speeches, diary entries, and other material related to the American Revolution.

Also included are photographs, sidebars, "Words to Know" section, timelines, and indexes.

For table of contents, sample pages or other volume specific information see the entry for the Almanac, Biographies or Primary Sources.

Alternate Formats

  • Casebound Edition

    ISBN-10: 0787638161 | ISBN-13: 9780787638160


"Sidebars, bibliographies, Web sites, and a comprehensive index make this an easy-to-access reference that belongs in every middle-school library. Highly recommended." — The Book Report (November/December 2000)

— Book Report

"This excellent set is for students in grades five through nine who are researching the American Revolution. … This set is attractive and easy to use. It gives broad coverage of the era, not just of the war. It is especially valuable when used with its sister set, Colonial America Reference Library. All libraries serving students at the targeted level should consider purchasing both sets." — Reference Books Bulletin/Booklist (Nov. 15, 2000)

— Booklist

"An instructive, straightforward set." — School Library Journal (November 2000)

— School Library Journal

"The page layout is clear and the organization is appropriate for middle school students. … Each volume can be used independently, but Primary Sources provides documentary evidence to support the Almanac's narrative history. Used together, the volumes will benefit student researchers. The two-volume American Revolution: Biographies … completes this useful series." — Voice of Youth Advocates (December 2000)