Dispatches: The Podcast of the Journal of the American Revolution
E137: Michael C. Harris and Gary Ecelbarger: Washington’s Troop Strength During the Philadelphia Campaign

E137: Michael C. Harris and Gary Ecelbarger: Washington’s Troop Strength During the Philadelphia Campaign

October 16, 2021

This week our guests are JAR contributors Michael C. Harris and Gary Ecelbarger. While Washington’s Army is typically viewed as under strength, new research shows that his army was far larger than first realized. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.com.

E136: Justin McHenry: The Varick Transcripts

E136: Justin McHenry: The Varick Transcripts

October 9, 2021

This week our guest is JAR contributor Justin McHenry. The papers of George Washington were voluminous, and their survival was due largely to the efforts of one man. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.com.

E135: David Price: Thomas Knowlton’s Revolution

E135: David Price: Thomas Knowlton’s Revolution

October 2, 2021

This week our guest is David Price. Thomas Knowlton is little known, but his life was nothing short of revolutionary. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.com.

E134: Jonathan Curran: Public Opinion of the Whiskey Rebellion

E134: Jonathan Curran: Public Opinion of the Whiskey Rebellion

September 25, 2021

This week our guest is JAR contributor Jonathan Curran. The Whiskey Rebellion shook early America to its core, but before the violence there was wide support for the rebels. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.com.

E133: Dean Snow: Continental and Militia Cavalry Compared

E133: Dean Snow: Continental and Militia Cavalry Compared

September 18, 2021

This week our guest is Journal of the American Revolution contributor Dean Snow. Although they came to the battle of Saratoga in different ways both continental and militia cavalry played critical roles in the victory. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.com.

E132: Chris Coelho: Timothy Matlack, Scribe of the Declaration of Independence

E132: Chris Coelho: Timothy Matlack, Scribe of the Declaration of Independence

September 11, 2021

This week our guest is JAR contributor Chris Coelho. Famed for being a scribe of liberty, Timothy Matlack’s life remains one of the most intriguing of the founding era. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.com.

E131: John A. Ruddiman: James Monroe’s Revolution

E131: John A. Ruddiman: James Monroe’s Revolution

September 4, 2021

This week our guest is JAR contributor John A. Ruddiman. Long before he became our 5th president, James Monroe served as a young man on the front lines of America’s war for independence. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.com.

E130: Jordan Baker: The Cherokee-American War

E130: Jordan Baker: The Cherokee-American War

August 28, 2021

This week our guest is JAR contributor Jordan Baker. The American Revolution was many small wars in one, and the Cherokee-American conflict is a prime example of the many faces of the imperial struggle. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.com.

E129: James D.R. Philips: Two Revolutions and the Constitution

E129: James D.R. Philips: Two Revolutions and the Constitution

August 21, 2021

This week our guest is author James DR Philips. The English Revolution changed history, and it’s influence reigns over the American Revolution and the US Constitution. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.com.  

E128: Edna Gabler: The Silence of Slavery in Revolutionary War Art

E128: Edna Gabler: The Silence of Slavery in Revolutionary War Art

August 14, 2021

This week our guest is JAR contributor Edna Gabler. Always present but rarely seen, African Americans played a critical role in determining the outcome of the American Revolution. Through an examination of 18th century artists, many conclusions can be drawn. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.com

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