America the story of us produced by Nutopia for History; written by Ed Fields; produced by Liz Fay et al.;
                directed by Nick Green. Call #: DVD E178.A44 2010

The American Revolution produced by History Television Network Productions, is association with Cobblestone Film, Inc. Series: Multimedia classroom American history series; volume 1, lesson 1.
  Call #: DVD E178.1.M95 2005

The American Revolution and the Birth of the USA 1740-1801 by Alan Farmer.

American Revolution Considered as a Social Movement Call #: 973.3 Jameson, John Franklin.

The American Revolution, garrison life in French Canada and New York journal of an officer in the Prinz Friedrich Regiment, 1776-1783 by Julius Friedrich von Hille. Series: Contributions in military studies, no. 144.  Call #: 973.3/42/092

The American Revolution in Indian country: crisis and diversity in Native American communities by Colin G.  Calloway. Series: Cambridge studies in North American Indian history.

American Revolution people and perspectives. Andrew K. Frank, editor; Peter C. Mancall, series editor. Series: Perspectives in American social history.

The Articles of confederation an interpretation of the social-constitutional history of the American Revolution 1774-1781 by Merrill Jensen. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1970.

Benjamin Franklin: an American life by Walter Isaacson. New York: Simon & Schuster, c2003.  Call #: E302.6.F8 I83 2003

Beyond 1776 : globalizing the cultures of the American Revolution, edited by Maria O’Malley and
                Denys Van Renen.

The Black presence in the era of the American Revolution by Sidney Kaplan. Amherst: University of
                  Massachusetts Press, ©1989.

Culture and liberty in the age of the American Revolution by Michał Rozbicki. Charlottesville: University of
                  Virginia Press, 2011.

Democracy, revolution, and monarchism in early American literature by Paul Downes. Cambridge, U.K.;
                  New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002.

Dreaming revolution transgression in the development of American romance by Scott Bradfield. Iowa City:
                  University of Iowa Press, ©1993.

The early republic founding brothers. Pt. 2, evolution of a revolution produced by MPH Entertainment Inc. for
                the History Channel; hour 1 directed by Melissa Jo Peltier; hour 2 directed by Bonnie Peterson.
                Series: Multimedia classroom American history series; volume 1, lesson 3.
                Call #: DVD E178.1.M95 2005

Eleven exiles accounts of Loyalists of the American Revolution edited by Phyllis R. Blakeley and John N. Grant.
                  Toronto [Ont.]: Dundurn Press, 1982.

The Encyclopedia of colonial and revolutionary America by John Mack Faragher. New York: Facts on File, 1990.
                  Call no: E188 .E63 1990

Fighting over the founders: how we remember the American Revolution by Andrew M.Schocket.

Freedom : a history of US by Joy Hakim. Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2003.
                  Call #: E178 .H15 2003

The ideological origins of the American Revolution. by Bernard Bailyn. Cambridge, MA: Belknap Press of Harvard
                  University Press, 1992.

Independence lost : lives on the edge of the American Revolution by Call #: E209.D88 2015 DuVal, Kathleen.

Irish opinion and the American Revolution, 1760-1783 by Vincent Morley.
                  Cambridge, UK ; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002.

John Adams. HBO Films presents a Playtone production; produced by David Coatsworth, Steven Shareshian;
                  written by Kirk Ellis and Michelle Ashfo. Call #: DVD PN1992.8.H56 J646 2008

Landmarks of the American Revolution by Gary B. Nash. New York: Oxford University Press, c2003.

The long American Revolution and its legacy by Lester D. Langley.

Makers women who make America, a film by Kunhardt McGee productions, Storyville Films and WETA
                  Washington, D.C.; in association with Ark Media. Call #: DVD HQ1391.U5 M35 2013

The marketplace of revolution how consumer politics shaped American independence by T. H. Breen. New York:
                  Oxford University Press, c2004.

Milestone documents in American history: exploring the primary sources that shaped America. Paul Finkelman,
                  editor in chief; Bruce A. Lesh, consulting editor. Dallas, TX: Schlager Group, c2008.
                  Call #: REF E173 .M62 2008

The other New York the American Revolution beyond New York City, 1763-1787. Edited by Eugene R. Fingerhut
                  and Joseph S. Tiedemann. Albany: State University of New York Press, c2005.

Patriots, pistols and petticoats “poor sinful Charles Town” during the American Revolution by Walter J. Fraser.
                  Columbia, S.C. : University of South Carolina Press, c1993.

People of the American frontier the coming of the American revolution by Walter S. Dunn.

Pox Americana: the great smallpox epidemic of 1775-82 by Elizabeth A. Fenn. New York: Hill and Wang, 2002.
                  Call #: RC183.49.F46 2002

Remember the Alamo. A & E Television Networks; The History Channel. Series: Multimedia classroom American
                  history series; volume 1, lesson 7. Call #: DVD E178.1.M95 2005

The Revolution. A & E Television Networks; The History Channel; directed by Peter Schnall, Gregory Henry, David
                  Shadrack Smith. Call #: DVD E208.R48 2007

Revolution downeast the war for American independence in Maine by James S. Leamon. Amherst: University of
                  Massachusetts Press, ©1993.

Sentiments of a British-American woman: Esther DeBerdt Reed and the American Revolution by Owen S. Ireland.

Slavery, propaganda, and the American Revolution by Patricia Bradley. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi,

Taming democracy “the people,” the founders, and the troubled ending of the American Revolution by Terry
                  Bouton. Oxford; New York : Oxford University Press, 2007.

Washington the warrior presented by the History Channel. Call #: DVD E312.17.W37 2006

Women in the American Revolution: gender, politics, and the domestic world, edited by Barbara B. Oberg.