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Summary

This text provides an understanding of the complex relationship between the Continental army and the state militias during the Revolutionary War in America. It also shows how George Washington used the militia with skill, even though he distrusted them.

The book is published by The Kent State University Press.

©1996 The Kent State University Press (P)2016 Redwood Audiobooks

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“The work is very well written and thoroughly researched.” ( Library Journal)
“This solid, workmanlike monograph… gives the reader a greater appreciation of the performance of the states and their leaders in the northern theater of the war. ( American History)

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