Half Title Page.
Table of Contents.
The United States at War.
1: Revolutionary War 1775–1783.
2: Revolutionary War.
3: Censorship during the Revolution.
4: Women in the Revolutionary War.
5: Campaigns, Battles, and Other Events.
March, 1770: Boston Massacre.
December, 1773: Boston Tea Party.
April, 1775: Battles of Lexington and Concord.
May, 1775: Battle of Fort Ticonderoga.
June, 1775: Battle of Bunker Hill.
December, 1775: Battle of Quebec.
August, 1776: Battle of Long Island.
September, 1776: Experiments in Submarine Warfare.
October, 1776: Battle of White Plains.
December, 1776: Battle of Trenton.
January, 1777: Battle of Princeton.
August, 1777: Battle of Oriskany Creek.
September, 1777: Battle of Brandywine.
October, 1777: Battle of Germantown.
October, 1777: Battle of Saratoga.
February, 1778: Franco-American Treaties.
June, 1778: Battle of Monmouth.
September-October, 1779: Siege of Savannah.
April-May, 1780: Siege of Charleston.
August, 1780: Battle of Camden.
October, 1780: Battle of King's Mountain.
January, 1781: Battle of Cowpens.
October, 1781: Surrender at Yorktown.
September, 1783: Treaty of Paris.
6: War of 1812: 1812–1814.
7: War of 1812.
8: Censorship during the War.
9: Campaigns, Battles, and Other Events.
September, 1813: Battle of Lake Erie.
October, 1813: Battle of the Thames.
September, 1814: Battle of Lake Champlain.
September, 1814: Battle of Baltimore.
January, 1815: Battle of New Orleans.
February, 1815: Treaty of Ghent.
10: Mexican War: 1846–1848.
11: Mexican War.
12: Censorship during the War.
13: Campaigns, Battles, and Other Events.
June, 1835–October, 1836: Texas Revolution.
February-March, 1836: Battle of the Alamo.
April, 1836: Battle of San Jacinto.
June, 1846–January, 1847: Occupation of California and the Southwest.
September, 1846: Battle of Monterrey.
February, 1847: Battle of Buena Vista.
April, 1847: Battle of Cerro Gordo.
September, 1847: Siege of Chapultepec.
February, 1848: Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo.
14: Civil War: 1861–1865.
15: Civil War.
16: Weapons, Tactics, and Strategies.
18: Censorship during the War.
19: Justice during the War.
20: U.S. Supreme Court during the War.
21: Native American Combatants in the War.
22: Women in the War.
23: Campaigns, Battles, and Other Events.
October, 1859: Harpers Ferry.
April, 1861: Battle of Fort Sumter.
July, 1861: First Battle of Bull Run.
February, 1862: Battle of Fort Donelson.
March, 1862: Monitor vs. Virginia.
April, 1862: Battle of Shiloh.
June-July, 1862: Seven Days' Battles.
August, 1862: Second Battle of Bull Run.
September, 1862: Battle of Antietam.
October, 1862: Battle of Corinth.
December, 1862: Battle of Fredericksburg.
May, 1863: Battle of Chancellorsville.
July, 1863: Battles of Gettysburg and Vicksburg.
September, 1863: Battle of Chickamauga.
November, 1863: Battle of Chattanooga.
May, 1864: Battle of the Wilderness.
May, 1864: Battle of Spotsylvania Court House.
June, 1864: Battle of Cold Harbor.
June, 1864–April, 1865: Siege of Petersburg.
November, 1864–April, 1865: Sherman's March to the Sea.
December, 1864: Battle of Savannah.
December, 1864: Battle of Nashville.
April, 1865: Surrender at Appomattox.
24: Spanish-American War: 1898.
25: Spanish-American War.
26: Censorship during the War.
27: Campaigns, Battles and Other Events.
July, 1898: Battle of San Juan/El Caney.
February, 1899–July, 1902: Philippine Insurrection.
28: World War I: 1914–1918.
29: World War I.
30: Weapons, Tactics, and Strategies.
31: The Air War.
32: Censorship during the War.
33: Propaganda and Civil Liberties during the War.
34: U.S. Supreme Court during the War.
35: Women in the War.
36: Campaigns, Battles, and Other Events.
June, 1917: The Espionage Act.
July, 1917: Mobilization.
September, 1918: Battle of St. Mihiel.
September-November, 1918: Meuse-Argonne Offensive.
November, 1918: Postwar Demobilization.
January, 1919–July, 1921: Treaty of Versailles.