Table of contents for The Revolutionary War / Charles P. Neimeyer.

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Table of Contents
Chapter One: Citizen-Soldiers: The Army of Observation
Chapter Two: Sunshine Soldiers: The Transition between the Army of Observation and Washington's New Army
Disaster at New York
Victory at Trenton and Princeton
Chapter Three: Creating A Respectable Army
The New Model Army 
Prisoners of War (POWs)
Continental Hospitals
Chapter Four: "The Year of the Hangman:" 1777 and Continental Army Communities
Women and the Army
Warfare on the Frontier
 Warfare in the Eastern United States
Chapter Five: Daily Life in Camp 
Army Camp Life
Arms and Men
Army Music
Onward to Monmouth Court House
Chapter Six: Morristown and Mutiny
	Bounties and Pay
	The Battle at Newport 
	In Camp at Morristown
	Crime and Punishment
 Chapter Seven: The Last years of the War
	The Revolutionary War in the South
	The Battle of Yorktown
	Winding Down in the Ranks
Topical Bibliography

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

United States. Continental Army -- Military life.
United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Social aspects.
Soldiers -- United States -- Social conditions -- 18th century.