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A Military History of the Decisive Campaign of the American Revolution

John Luzader

Format: Hardcover, 512 pages
Price: $34.95
ISBN: 978-1-932714-44-9
ebook: 978-1-61121-035-4
On Sale: September 2008

Format: Paperback, 512 pages
Price: $22.95
ISBN: 978-1-932714-85-2
ebook: 978-1-61121-035-4
On Sale: August 2010

Runner-Up: Army Historical Foundation's Distinguished Writing Award for Operational/Battle History (2009)

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The months-long 1777 Saratoga campaign was one of the most decisive of the entire Revolutionary War . . . Read More


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Table of Contents

Foreword by Eric H. Schnitzer

Introduction and Acknowledgments

Dramatis Personae

Chapter 1: British Plans for 1777: Fight the War “From the Side of Canada”

Chapter 2: Invasion from Canada

Chapter 3: Fort Ticonderoga and the Battle of Hubbardton

Chapter 4: Skenesborough, Forts Anne and Edward, and Beyond

Chapter 5: The Bennington Raid

Chapter 6: To Control the Mohawk: The Battle of Oriskany and Siege of Fort Stanwix

Chapter 7: The Northern Command: Personalities and Politics

Chapter 8: The New Commander Rebuilds

Chapter 9: Prelude to Bemis Heights and “the Airy Scheme”

Chapter 10: Freeman’s Farm

Chapter 11: Between Battles: Fortifying and Squabbling

Chapter 12: The Seventh of October

Chapter 13: Retreat, Pursuit, and the Siege of Saratoga

Chapter 14: The Convention of Saratoga

Epilogue: Saratoga’s Fruit: The Strategic Revolution

Appendices A - K (including photographic tour)





John Luzader

A veteran of World War II and graduate of West Virginia University and the University of Texas, John Luzader worked for the U.S. Department of Defense as a research historian...

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