3 edition of pictorial history, the Marines in the Revolution found in the catalog.
pictorial history, the Marines in the Revolution
Smith, Charles R.
by U.S. Marine Corps. History and Museums Division, [for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off.] in Washington
Written in English
Consists largely of monochrome reproductions of plates from the author"s longer work, Marines in the Revolution.
|Statement||[Charles R. Smith; illustrated by Charles H. Waterhouse].|
|Contributions||Waterhouse, Charles H., United States. Marine Corps. History and Museums Division.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||32|
As of June, the War in Afghanistan officially became the longest in U.S. history, one that Marines fought with honor and unwavering determination until power was returned to the Afghan people. Marines continue to fight the Taliban alongside Afghan soldiers to eventually shoulder the burden of Afghanistan's national security. The Marines enables the history of the Corps to be cherished permanently in a handsome package that every Marine will be proud to own and display. This book will be read again and again by past and present Marines, their families and friends, and the countless others that have been inspired by the Marine Corps.
A new, very old book - Pictorial History of the American Revolution I found this book in a used book store in Charlottesville VA and quite frankly forgot about it with everything that has been going on. This oversized 12x" hardbound book is in very good condition for its age. It contains pages of black and white photographs and early artwork of every sailing vessel of the U.S. Navy from the revolution to time of book's publishing, and gives a written history of the United States Navy.
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Subjects: United States. -- Marine Corps -- History -- Revolution, United States -- History -- Revolution, -- Naval. A Pictorial History: The Marines In The Revolution Charles R Smith; Charles H Waterhouse Digitized by OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title.
Description: 32 unnumbered pages: illustrations ; 22 x 28 cm: Contents: The First Recruits, December --Landing at New Providence, 3 March --A Marine Lieutenant Dies, 6 April --Defeat on Lake Champlain, 13 October --Marines with Washington at Princeton, 3 January --The Evacuation of Billingsport, 2 October --Flag.
Shelves: us-marines, history, american-revolution Soldiers were needed on the new American ships of war son in the Marine Corps was created following the tradition the British Royal Marines.
The Corps first amphibous landing took place during the American Revolution.3/5(1). Marines In The Revolution by Charles Richard Smith; Charles H Waterhouse "Traces the activities of one special group of Marines; the successes and failures of the group as a whole, and the fundamental aspects of modern Marine amphibious doctrine which grew out of Continental Marine experience during the eight-year fight for American independence.".
T his pictorial history is an attempt to give flesh and blood to that group of men who in a small way helped give us our in- dependence, to get back to the reality beneath the legend - not only in.
marines in the revolution: a history of the continental marines in the american revolution, $ Tyson, Carolyn A. and Rowland P. Gill (compilers), AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MARINES IN THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. The Marines in the Revolution: A Pictorial History Smith, Charles Richard; Waterhouse, illustrator, Charles Published by U.S.
Marine Corps (). The Pictorial Field-book of the Revolution: Or, Illustrations, by Pen and Pencil, of the History, Biography, Scenery, Relics, and Traditions of the War for Independence, Volume 1 Issue 69 of Library of American civilization PCMI collection Volume 1 of The Pictorial Field-book of the Revolution.
The Pictorial Field-book of the Revolution ; Or, Illustrations, by Pen and Pencil, of the History, Biography, Scenery, Relics, and Traditions of the War for Independence, Volume 1 Benson John Lossing Harper & Bros., - United States4/5(1).
PICTORIAL FIELD BOOK OF THE REVOLUTION. VOLUME II. BY BENSON J. LOSSING Its original Settlement and Prospects. – Governor William Franklin. – Dunlap’s Recollection of military Affairs at Perth Amboy. – Journey to Crosswicks.
– History of its Importation to America. – Character of the Press. – Franklin’s Remarks in Good with No dust jacket as issued. pp., illus., several in color, large format, short tear to top of spine, included is an 8x10" glossy photo (Defense Dept.
Photo (Marine Corps)) with caption on back "General Louis H. Wilson, Commandant of the Marine Corps, reading his inscription to the Honorable Mr. John W. Warner, Administrator, American Revolution Bicentennial, prior to presenting the book. In fact, Daniel Ellsberg, the military analyst and Nixon nemesis, was a fan of Dr.
Bailyn’s writings and cited him in justifying his decision to leak the Pentagon Papers, a secret history. PICTORIAL FIELD BOOK OF THE REVOLUTION. VOLUME I. BY BENSON J. LOSSING – Syracuse. – Early History of that Region.
– The French. – Stratagem of a young Frenchman. – Escape of the French. – Return to Providence. – Visit to Mr. John Howland. – His military Career in the Revolution. – Departure for Newport. – Appearance. The military history of the American Revolution is more than the history of the War of Independence.
The Revolution itself had important military causes. The experience of the Seven Years’ War (which started in in North America) conditioned British attitudes to the colonies after that conflict was over.
Fromthe British Parliament tried to raise taxes in America to pay for a new. His book explores how a new type of radicalism fundamentally altered the American mind.
John Ferling, Almost a Miracle: The American Victory in the War of Independence (Oxford University Press, ) Ferling's single volume history of the American Revolution explores how the nascent national government defeated the British.
Ultimately, the. Frost, John, The book of the army: comprising a general military history of the United States from the period of the revolution to the present time, with particular accounts of all the most celebrated battles / (New York: D. Appleton ; Philadelphia: Geo. Appleton,c) (page images at HathiTrust).
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