Journal of the American Revolution (#allthingsliberty) continues to publish a flurry of exciting articles and, in June, we welcomed six new contributors — Robert M. Dunkerly, Daniel Tortora, Elizabeth M. Covart, Cathryn J. Prince, Michael Barbieri and Jeff Dacus. In June, we also shared the exciting news that a commemorative **print** edition of Journal of the American Revolution is in the works. We’ve joined forces with Ertel Publishing, the former publisher of American Revolution magazine, to produce a limited full-color, hard-cover edition that will be available for sale just in time for the holidays (November). The special volume will feature our greatest hits material from numerous historians and experts PLUS a selection of exclusive content. Hundreds of stunning images will accompany the articles, including some that will be available in print for the first time ever!
As always with our monthly update, below are the most popular articles published during the month of June as well as our most adored article ever. If you’re interested in joining our roster of 25 contributors, we’d love to hear from you. Drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our submission guidelines can be found by clicking here. Enjoy!
Top 10 Most Popular JAR Articles in June
- Alexander Hamilton: Dangerous Man by Michael Schellhammer
- A Pennsylvania Dutch Meal by Lars D. H. Hedbor
- Mrs. Middleton Takes Prisoners by Don N. Hagist
- Rapid-fire Q&A with Gordon S. Wood by Todd Andrlik
- The Whites of their Eyes by Ray Raphael
- Mary Silliman’s War by Hugh T. Harrington
- My Adventure Finding a Lost Newspaper by Todd Andrlik
- Bennington Fatally Delays Burgoyne by Michael Barbieri
- General Gold Silliman: Snatched from Home by Cathryn J. Prince
- Francis Marion at the Battle of Eutaw Springs by Jim Piecuch
Our Most Adored Article Ever*
*based on average amount of time spent viewing article since our January launch
“Light Horse Harry” Lee and Pyle’s Massacre by Jim Piecuch (18:34)