The People of the American Revolution came from all backgrounds of Society.
- The Man Who Saved a Revolution: The Newburgh Address
- Thomas Jefferson Biographies
- England's Kings and Queens of the 18th Century
- The Men Behind the American Revolution: The Forgotten General
America's Founding Fathers
Biographical sketches of America's founding fathers are taken from the 1829 book, Lives of the Signers to the Declaration of Independence, by the Rev. Charles A. Goodrich.
Read about the first black patriot of the American Revolution from this article by Robin N.
Read about the life and times of the American who is known as "The Father of The American Navy."
The Colored Patriots of the American Revolution
This site contains the 1855 classic work by William Cooper Nell with introduction by Harriet Beecher Stowe.
From the The Official British Monarchy Web site read this biography of King George III. He was the reigning Monarch during The American Revolution.
Embattled Farmers: Campaigns and Profiles of Revolutionary Soldiers from Lincoln, Massachusetts, 1775-1783
This book by Richard C. Wiggin, profiles and traces the footsteps of the 252 ordinary farmers from a single New England community who served during the Revolutionary War. It chronicles the connection of the town to the sweep of the war, and through the individual stories of these men puts a very human face on this history. The human stories of ordinary individuals are, of course, currently a hot focus of much historical interest, in counterpoint to the more usual history-through-the eyes-of-the-major-players. "Embattled Farmers" is the story of the American Revolution through the experiences of the ordinary soldiers -- not unlike the story of Joseph Plum Martin, but in this case, the collective stories of an entire town.