Colonial America: The American Revolution has been added to the Library e-resources
More about the resource
Colonial America: The American Revolution provides access to digitalised content from the National Archives in particular correspondence from the American colonies and the British government during the 1770s and 1780s including intercepted letters between colonists, military correspondence from British commanders in the field and material produced by the Ordnance Office and the office of Secretary of War. The collection also provides copies of the ‘Dunlap’ edition of the Declaration of Independence printed on the night of the 4th-5th July 1776.
Additional content includes short biographies of prominent figures, a government structure chart listing key offices in the government of Great Britain and also the colonies (from 1600 to 1830) and also essays by expert scholars written specifically for Colonial America offering insights in the collection.
How to access it.
- Find it on the e-resources A-Z list – It’s not findable in LibrarySearch
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