Collector's Illustrated Encyclopedia of the American Revolution
Photographic encyclopedia of artifacts from the American Revolution. A great resource for collectors, teachers, reenactors, living history participants or anyone interested in the 18th century. Features more than 2,300 photographs and descriptions of artifacts from the mid to late 1700s. The encyclopedic format lets you focus on the material culture of both combatants and civilians during the Colonial period of early America. From clothing to cookware, rifles to canteens, buttons to blankets, every aspect of life during the American Revolution is covered. With full-color dust jacket.
Specifications of Collector's Illustrated Encyclopedia of the American Revolution
|Author||George C. Neumann|
|Number Of Pages||286|
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