Table of contents for New Jersey in the American Revolution / edited by Barbara J. Mitnick.

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Contents
Foreword 					State Senator Leonard Lance
Preface and Acknowledgments		Barbara J. Mitnick
Crossroads of the Revolution
Thomas Fleming
"These Were Troublesome Times Indeed": Social and Economic Conditions in Revolutionary New Jersey
David J. Fowler
New Jersey: Radical or Conservative in the Crisis Summer of 1776?
Maxine N. Lurie
The "Cockpit" Reconsidered: Revolutionary New Jersey as a Military Theater
Mark Edward Lender
Picturing Revolutionary New Jersey: The Arts
Barbara J. Mitnick
New Jersey Architecture in the Revolutionary Era
Harriette C. Hawkins
Caught in the Middle: New Jersey's Indians and the American Revolution
Lorraine E. Williams 
Moving toward Breaking the Chains: Black New Jerseyans and the American Revolution
Giles R. Wright
"Troublesome Times a-Coming": The American Revolution and New Jersey Women
Delight W. Dodyk
The Surprising New Jersey Literature of Revolutionary Times, 1750-1800
Merrill Maguire Skaggs
The Historical Geography and Archaeology of the Revolutionary War in New Jersey
Richard W. Hunter and Ian C. G. Burrow
Notes
Selected Bibliography
Notes on Contributors
Photographic Credits
Index 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

New Jersey -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783.