Top 10 Most Popular Articles in July 2013

Journal of the American Revolution (#allthingsliberty) continues its exciting momentum. In addition to the outstanding contributions published at the past 30 days, we have aggressively moved forward with our hard-cover collector’s edition. To make room for several outstanding exclusive articles in the commemorative print volume, we have upped the page count 25 percent! The first batch of design concepts came back last week and we are absolutely thrilled to see the articles jump to life with such vivid design. The collection of amazing original submissions from top historians PLUS remodeled “greatest hits” content from PLUS hundreds of high definition images will make this the must-have history gift this holiday season. As the November 1 publish date nears, we’ll be sharing many more details so stay tuned by signing up for our monthly newsletter.

As always with our monthly update, below are the most popular articles published during the previous month. If you’re interested in joining our roster of contributors, we’d love to hear from you. Drop us a line at Our submission guidelines can be found by clicking here. Enjoy!

Top 10 Most Popular JAR Articles in July

  1. The Inaccuracy of Muskets by Hugh T. Harrington
  2. Establishing the Tory Myth by Taylor Stoermer
  3. It’s Not All Burgers and Beer by Pam Murrow
  4. Feeding the Slaves by Lars D. H. Hedbor
  5. Debating Cowpens: How Could Tarleton Lose? by Wayne Lynch and Jim Piecuch
  6. Overlooked Hero: General John Glover by Michael Schellhammer
  7. Peter Francisco: Distinguishing Fact from Fiction by Michael Schellhammer
  8. Taking to Devil’s Den by Cathryn J. Prince
  9. American Revolution Presentations on Prezi and SlideShare by Todd Andrlik
  10. Loyalist Leadership in the Revolutionary South by Jim Piecuch


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