Top 10 Articles of November 2017

A scene similar to what Daniel Bean might have experienced after he and seven other survivors were taken prisoners by Mohawk Indians on Fourteen Mile Island after their party was ambushed while they were foraging for huckleberries.

We at JAR are very thankful for all our readers and expert writers. In November, we welcomed two new writers: Charles R. Foy and Nick DeLuca. We also formally announced our newest JAR book, John Adams vs Thomas Paine: Rival Plans for the Early Republic by Jett B. Conner. It’s available for pre-order now with books shipping any day now. December will be a short month with our annual holiday starting soon. Until then, enjoy our most popular articles of November.

  1. Slavery through the Eyes of Revolutionary Generals by Gene Procknow
  2. Evans & Bean of the Hampshire Grants by Philip D. Weaver
  3. John Adams and the Molding of William Vans Murray, Peacemaker by Nick DeLuca
  4. The Earl of Dartmouth, Secretary of State for the Colonies, Second Year: November 1773 – August 1774 by Bob Ruppert
  5. More ardour than discretion: The tragic death of Major Charles Cochrane by John Knight
  6. Norfolk, Virginia, Sacked by North Carolina and Virginia Troops by Patrick H. Hannum
  7. Compelled to Row: Blacks on Royal Navy Galleys During the American Revolution by Charles R. Foy
  8. The Earl of Dartmouth’s First Year as Secretary of State for the Colonies by Bob Ruppert
  9. Ebenezer Smith Platt: An American in Newgate Prison in 1777 by Robert Scott Davis
  10. The Connecticut Captivity of William Franklin, Loyalist by Louis Arthur Norton
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