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The Resource An illustrated encyclopedia of uniforms from 1775-1783, the American Revolutionary War : an expert guide to the uniforms of the American militias and Continental Army, the armies and navies of Great Britain and France, German and Spanish units, and American Indian allies, Digby Smith, Kevin F. Kiley

An illustrated encyclopedia of uniforms from 1775-1783, the American Revolutionary War : an expert guide to the uniforms of the American militias and Continental Army, the armies and navies of Great Britain and France, German and Spanish units, and American Indian allies, Digby Smith, Kevin F. Kiley

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An illustrated encyclopedia of uniforms from 1775-1783, the American Revolutionary War : an expert guide to the uniforms of the American militias and Continental Army, the armies and navies of Great Britain and France, German and Spanish units, and American Indian allies
Title
An illustrated encyclopedia of uniforms from 1775-1783, the American Revolutionary War
Title remainder
an expert guide to the uniforms of the American militias and Continental Army, the armies and navies of Great Britain and France, German and Spanish units, and American Indian allies
Statement of responsibility
Digby Smith, Kevin F. Kiley
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Contains a wealth of pictorial detail, with over 600 images, including fine-art paintings and color illustrations of uniforms and weapons. Gives concise, authoritative detailings of significant land and sea battles, as well as descriptions of combat conditions
Cataloging source
UKM
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1935-
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Smith, Digby
Dewey number
355.14097309033
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
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Kiley, Kevin F
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  • American Revolution (1775-1783)
  • Equipment and supplies
  • Military uniforms
  • United States
  • United States
  • Armed Forces
  • Military uniforms
  • United States
Label
An illustrated encyclopedia of uniforms from 1775-1783, the American Revolutionary War : an expert guide to the uniforms of the American militias and Continental Army, the armies and navies of Great Britain and France, German and Spanish units, and American Indian allies, Digby Smith, Kevin F. Kiley
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Introduction -- The forging of a nation (The founding of America -- Colonization and emigration -- The French and Indian War -- Tensions in the Colonies -- The balance of power in Europe -- America's first steps to nationhood -- The American army -- The British Army -- The French Army -- Other combatants in the war -- Battles and campaigns -- The naval war) -- Militias, early Continental units and state troops (Militia and state troops -- Pre-war militia units -- The Minutemen -- Militia infantry -- The first Continentals -- The Canadian regiments -- The Massachusetts and New York Continentals -- Militia cavalry and artillery -- The Philadelphia City Troop of Light Horse -- Regiments on the frontier -- Continental regiments -- The Philadelphia Associators -- Riflemen and the Stockbridge Indians -- State troops -- State artillery units) -- The Continental Army (Those ragged Continentals -- Commanders and staff -- Headquarters troops -- Continental infantry -- Colours and standards -- Light infantry -- Uniform regulations of 1779 -- Legions and partisans -- Continental cavalry -- Continental artillery -- Specialist troops) -- Soldiers of the King (The Army of the British empire -- Commanders and staff -- Infantry -- Foot guards -- Royal regiments -- Fusiliers -- Highland regiments -- Irish regiments -- English regiments -- Colours and standards -- Grenadiers -- Light infantry -- Cavalry -- Artillery -- Specialist troops -- American Loyalist infantry -- Loyalist cavalry -- Rangers -- Loyallst militia -- American Indians) -- The French, German and Spanish (Allies and mercenaries -- French commanders and staff -- French infantry -- Colours and standards -- Rochambeau's Expeditionary Force and Colonial troops -- French cavalry and legions -- French artillery -- The Gribeauval artillery system -- Hesse-Cassel infantry -- Hesse-Cassel artillery -- Brunswick infantry -- Brunswick cavalry -- Anspach-Bayreuth, Anhalt-Zerbst and Waldeck -- Hesse-Hanau -- German Jägers -- Spain) -- The naval forces of the war (The war at sea -- Ships of the line and frigates -- Sloops, corvettes, brigs, schooners and privateers -- Gunboats, gundalows and galleys -- Royal Navy officers -- Royal Navy seamen -- British marines -- French Royal Navy -- French seamen -- French naval artillery and naval infatntry -- Naval garrisons -- Continental Navy officers -- Petty officers and seamen -- Continental Marines -- Gun crews -- American state navies -- Naval ordinance -- Landing parties)
Control code
ocn132303272
Dimensions
30 cm
Extent
256 pages
Isbn
9780754817611
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
color illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)132303272
Label
An illustrated encyclopedia of uniforms from 1775-1783, the American Revolutionary War : an expert guide to the uniforms of the American militias and Continental Army, the armies and navies of Great Britain and France, German and Spanish units, and American Indian allies, Digby Smith, Kevin F. Kiley
Publication
Note
Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Introduction -- The forging of a nation (The founding of America -- Colonization and emigration -- The French and Indian War -- Tensions in the Colonies -- The balance of power in Europe -- America's first steps to nationhood -- The American army -- The British Army -- The French Army -- Other combatants in the war -- Battles and campaigns -- The naval war) -- Militias, early Continental units and state troops (Militia and state troops -- Pre-war militia units -- The Minutemen -- Militia infantry -- The first Continentals -- The Canadian regiments -- The Massachusetts and New York Continentals -- Militia cavalry and artillery -- The Philadelphia City Troop of Light Horse -- Regiments on the frontier -- Continental regiments -- The Philadelphia Associators -- Riflemen and the Stockbridge Indians -- State troops -- State artillery units) -- The Continental Army (Those ragged Continentals -- Commanders and staff -- Headquarters troops -- Continental infantry -- Colours and standards -- Light infantry -- Uniform regulations of 1779 -- Legions and partisans -- Continental cavalry -- Continental artillery -- Specialist troops) -- Soldiers of the King (The Army of the British empire -- Commanders and staff -- Infantry -- Foot guards -- Royal regiments -- Fusiliers -- Highland regiments -- Irish regiments -- English regiments -- Colours and standards -- Grenadiers -- Light infantry -- Cavalry -- Artillery -- Specialist troops -- American Loyalist infantry -- Loyalist cavalry -- Rangers -- Loyallst militia -- American Indians) -- The French, German and Spanish (Allies and mercenaries -- French commanders and staff -- French infantry -- Colours and standards -- Rochambeau's Expeditionary Force and Colonial troops -- French cavalry and legions -- French artillery -- The Gribeauval artillery system -- Hesse-Cassel infantry -- Hesse-Cassel artillery -- Brunswick infantry -- Brunswick cavalry -- Anspach-Bayreuth, Anhalt-Zerbst and Waldeck -- Hesse-Hanau -- German Jägers -- Spain) -- The naval forces of the war (The war at sea -- Ships of the line and frigates -- Sloops, corvettes, brigs, schooners and privateers -- Gunboats, gundalows and galleys -- Royal Navy officers -- Royal Navy seamen -- British marines -- French Royal Navy -- French seamen -- French naval artillery and naval infatntry -- Naval garrisons -- Continental Navy officers -- Petty officers and seamen -- Continental Marines -- Gun crews -- American state navies -- Naval ordinance -- Landing parties)
Control code
ocn132303272
Dimensions
30 cm
Extent
256 pages
Isbn
9780754817611
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
color illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)132303272

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