Top 10 Most Popular Articles in September 2013


September 27, 2013
by Editors Also by this Author


Journal of the American Revolution is the leading source of knowledge about the American Revolution and Founding Era. We feature smart, groundbreaking research and well-written narratives from expert writers. Our work has been featured by the New York Times, TIME magazine, History Channel, Discovery Channel, Smithsonian, Mental Floss, NPR, and more. Journal of the American Revolution also produces annual hardcover volumes, a branded book series, and the podcast, Dispatches

Normally, we share our monthly top 10 list on the last day of the month or first day of the following one. This time, we are publishing it a bit earlier to make room for something very special for our readers — an American Revolution group interview series. Each day next week, Journal of the American Revolution will ask a single question and provide readers with multiple answers from some of the top minds in early American history. One magazine, five days, five questions, many perspectives — Allison, Bell, Carp, Conrad, Ferling, Fleming, Raphael, Wood, and several others. The responses are absolutely fascinating. Don’t miss it! Be sure to visit every day next week. In the meantime, please enjoy our 10 most popular articles from September.

Top 10 Most Popular JAR Articles in September

  1. Top 10 Battles of the Revolutionary War by Don N. Hagist
  2. 1763: A Revolutionary Peace Exhibit by Liz Covart
  3. American Towns Named for British Soldiers by Don N. Hagist
  4. The Gunpowder Shortage by Jimmy Dick
  5. 10 Fateful Hits and Misses by Michael Schellhammer
  6. Debating Arnold’s Role at Freeman’s Farm by Michael Barbieri
  7. Gallows Hill: The 1779 Execution of Edward Jones and John Smith by Cathryn J. Prince
  8. Clarifying Washington’s Rank by William M. Welsch
  9. Revolutionary News: 10 Breaking Stories by Todd Andrlik
  10. What’s Wrong with this Picture? The Battle of Bunker Hill by Howard Pyle by Don N. Hagist


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