Top 10 Most Popular Articles in January 2013

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January was an exciting launch month for us. We published a smorgasbord of great content from several authors: Todd Andrlik, Rick Britton, Hugh T. Harrington, David Lee Russell, Michael Schellhammer, and Morgan Sumrell. Journal of the American Revolution is a multi-author online magazine so we always welcome new editorial submissions and ideas. Contact us today at editor@allthingsliberty.com to discuss your idea. And please join us in celebrating our first month of publishing by taking a stroll through the top 10 most popular Journal of the American Revolution articles based on January’s site traffic.

10 // All For Liberty by Hugh T. Harrington

9 //  11 Questions with Thomas Fleming by Todd Andrlik

8 //  James Monroe: Bona Fide Hero of the American Revolution by Rick Britton

7 //  John Trumbull: Art and Politics in the Revolution by Morgan Sumrell

6 //  The Greatest Scoop of All Time? by Todd Andrlik

5 //  Tarleton: Before He Became “Bloody Ban” by Michael Schellhammer

4 //  Dear Mr. History: Wondering About Washington by Michael Schellhammer

3 //  Life in the Southern Colonies (Part 1 of 3) by David Lee Russell

2 //  Top 10 Revolutionary War Movies by Hugh T. Harrington

1 //  The Ultimate Revolutionary War Infographic by Todd Andrlik

We have an intoxicating pipeline of content in February so be sure to bookmark allthingsliberty.com.

Huzzah!

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The editors at
Journal of the American Revolution
allthingsliberty.com

Editors

Journal of the American Revolution (allthingsliberty.com) is a free online magazine with simple goals: Make serious history more palatable to a general audience and provide readers with fun, educational and interesting content. A business casual approach, if you will. Since our launch in January 2013, we have published hundreds of articles by dozen historians and experts.

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