Three George Rogers Clark Lectures

Three George Rogers Clark Lectures

by Russell Frank Weigley, Allan R. Millet, John R. Galvin
     
 
The Clark Lectures of the Society of the Cincinnati are presented on subjects relating to the American Revolution. This volume is a collection of three of the Society's lectures: "Generals Building an Army; American Military Command in the War of Independence" by Russell F. Weigley; "Parker at Lexington: The Role of Perspective and Context" by John R. Galvin;

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The Clark Lectures of the Society of the Cincinnati are presented on subjects relating to the American Revolution. This volume is a collection of three of the Society's lectures: "Generals Building an Army; American Military Command in the War of Independence" by Russell F. Weigley; "Parker at Lexington: The Role of Perspective and Context" by John R. Galvin; and "Whatever Became of the Militia in the History of the American Revolution?" by Allan R. Millet. Co-published with the Society of the Cincinnati.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780819181428
Publisher:
University Press of America
Publication date:
03/01/1991
Series:
George Rogers Clark Lectures Series
Pages:
84

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