The American Revolution in Context.

Call Number: HIL-MICL FC LSC .G7A4C6
Category: Special Collections
Description: 6 microfilm textual records (4 parts) ; 35 mm
            A collection of original documents selected from Archives in Great Britain and in the United States which contains primary historical sources concerning the American Revolution. The Collection is edited by Greg Palmer and Wallace Brown, and published by World Microfilms Publications.            
            The Collection is arranged in four parts:

Part 1: Debates in the Parliament of Great Britain on the American Revolution, 1765-1784, (reel 1).

Part II: The Boston Gazette, 1761-1765, (reels 2-4).

Part III: The Diplomacy of the American Revolution, (reel 5).

Part IV: Documents, Pamphlets and Broadsides of the Revolution (reel 6).

The latter portion of this reel contains a number of biographical sketches of the authors whose works are included in this section of the Collection.
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            There is an introduction and list of contents at the beginning of reels 1, 2, 5 and 6.

The introduction and list of contents, as well as a microfilm shelf list, are available in print and as a PDF in the electronic finding aids section.

The Finding Aid is a printed guide to the Collection and is shelved with the Loyalist Collection Finding aids at MIC-Loyalist FC LSC .G7A4C6.
Electronic Finding Aid Record: Contents_American-Revolution-Context.pdf
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