Dispatches: The Podcast of the Journal of the American Revolution
E184: William W. Reynolds: Observations Regarding the Yorktown Surrender Documents

E184: William W. Reynolds: Observations Regarding the Yorktown Surrender Documents

September 24, 2022

This week our guest is JAR correspondent William W. Reynolds. Following the British surrender at Yorktown, multiple copies of the terms were made. Determining which was most like the original has proven to be a difficult task. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.com.

E183: Jeff Dacus: John Cadwalader Twice Refuses To Become a General.

E183: Jeff Dacus: John Cadwalader Twice Refuses To Become a General.

September 17, 2022

This week our guest is JAR contributor Jeff Dacus. John Cadwalader was a true Patriot leader, but refused elevation to general more than once. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.com.

E182: Don N. Hagist: Top Ten Weather Interventions

E182: Don N. Hagist: Top Ten Weather Interventions

September 11, 2022

This week our guest is JAR Editor Don N. Hagist. You can't control the weather, but it certainly controlled the outcomes of many key Revolutionary moments. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.com

E181: Kim Burdick: Frenchmen in Delaware

E181: Kim Burdick: Frenchmen in Delaware

September 3, 2022

This week our guest is JAR contributor Kim Burdick. Delaware was a central corridor of travel during the American Revolution, and many prominent people crossed through it. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.com.

E180: Louis Arthur Norton: Justice, Deterrence, and Fitful Revenge During the American Revolution

E180: Louis Arthur Norton: Justice, Deterrence, and Fitful Revenge During the American Revolution

August 27, 2022

This week our guest is JAR contributor Louis Arthur Norton. Revenge was a dish served regularly in the American Revolution, often guised as impartial justice. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.com.

E179: Damien Cregeau: Colonel Daniel Hitchcock of Rhode Island

E179: Damien Cregeau: Colonel Daniel Hitchcock of Rhode Island

August 20, 2022

This week our guest is JAR contributor  Damien Cregeau. After working as an attorney for Patriot sympathizers, Daniel Hitchcock joined the revolutionary cause. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.com

E178: Colin Zimmerman: The Battle of Crosswicks: Prelude to Monmouth

E178: Colin Zimmerman: The Battle of Crosswicks: Prelude to Monmouth

August 13, 2022

This week our guest is JAR contributor Colin Zimmerman. In June of 1778, British forces marched in pursuit of George Washington, but we’re delayed by Patriots at Crosswicks Creek. It was a small battle with great implications. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.com.

E177: Joseph E. Wroblewski: Annis Boudinot Stockton: The Poet and the General

E177: Joseph E. Wroblewski: Annis Boudinot Stockton: The Poet and the General

August 7, 2022

This week our guest is JAR contributor Joseph E. Wroblewski. Annis Boudinot Stockton was a premiere poet of her day, and kept regular correspondence with General George Washington. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.com

 

E176: Aaron J. Palmer: The 1775 Duel Between Henry Laurens and John Faucheraud Grimke

E176: Aaron J. Palmer: The 1775 Duel Between Henry Laurens and John Faucheraud Grimke

July 30, 2022

This week our guest is JAR contributor Aaron J. Palmer. In 1775 the Revolutionary politics of South Carolina came to a boiling point when Henry Laurens and John Faucheraud Grimke challenged one another to a duel. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.com

E175: Victor J. DiSanto: Major Andre’s Captors Revisited

E175: Victor J. DiSanto: Major Andre’s Captors Revisited

July 23, 2022

This week our guest is JAR contributor Victor J. DiSanto. For years, mystery and controversy have surrounded the captors of Major John Andre. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.com 

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