In July, we hosted our eighth group interview series with several experts weighing in on a variety of questions. We also welcomed our 128th contributor, James E. Richmond, and unveiled several new t-shirt designs in our JAR shop. Our American Apparel tees are the smoothest and softest t-shirts you’ll ever wear. Made of fine jersey, they are a durable, vintage feel and known for their premium quality, as well as their ability to stand up to a washing machine (will maintain size and color after many washes). Plus, all our shirts are made in the USA.
Have you read either of our first two JAR series books by Todd W. Braisted or J. L. Bell? If so, we’d love to know your thoughts so please consider leaving a review on their Amazon sales pages (Grand Forage 1778 and The Road to Concord). Your book reviews and feedback will help us in two important ways: 1) It gives us valuable reader perspective to improve and select future titles in the series, and 2) It demonstrates the broad reader impact of the series to our publisher and helps convince them to publish more microhistories with Journal of the American Revolution in the future.
Lastly, we have a fascinating and action-packed pipeline of content planned for August, so stay tuned.
Top 10 Most Popular Articles of July 2016
- Biggest Jerk of the Revolution (Group Interview)
- Mount Vernon During the American Revolution by Mary V. Thompson
- Eyewitnesses at the Cowpens by Wayne Lynch
- Most Shocking Moment of the Revolution (Group Interview)
- War on the Middleline: The October 1780 British Raid on Ballston by James E. Richmond
- March to Quebec and the Fog of War by Ray Raphael
- Was Richard Stockton a Hero? by Christian M. McBurney
- Most Famous Weapon of the Revolution (Group Interview)
- Captain De Latouche-Treville’s Strange Affair by Norman Desmarais
- Decoding Connecticut Militia 1739-1783 by John K. Robertson