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May 01, 2010

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Gregory Edgar

I appreciate your serious approach to studying the Rev War, and your thoughtful comments about a few books you mention on your site.
Please take a look at my website, www.revolutionary-war-books.com, and perhaps my books, too. You should be able to find them via inter-library loan, if you don't want to purchase them.
I'd like to know what you think of them, thank you. My main focus right now is on trying to get middle school and high school teachers to use supplemental fiction other than Johnny Tremain and My Brother Sam is Dead. There are other books out there, mine and other authors' too. - Gregory Edgar

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