Seven important texts from the 18th and 20th centuries describing aspects of weapons, accoutrements and encampments. This CD includes the following texts:
- Relics of the revolution: the story of the discovery of the buried remains of military life in forts and camps on Manhattan Island. Reginald Pelham Bolton, 1916.
- History written with pick and shovel; military buttons, belt-plates, badges and other relics excavated from Colonial, Revolutionary, and War of 1812 camp sites. William Calver and Reginald Pelham Bolton, 1950.
- Military antiquities respecting a history of the English army. Francis Grose, 1786-1788.
- Uniforms of the American, British, French, and German armies in the War of the American Revolution, 1775-1783. Charles Lefferts, 1926.
- An essay on castrametation, 1778. Lewis Lochée.
- An essay on shooting: Containing the various methods of forging, boring, and dressing gun barrels, practised in France, Spain, and England, and the different Proofs of Barrels employed in those Countries; with Remarks-An Investigation of the Causes of Recoil, and of Bursting, with Proposals for preventing or remedying Them-An Inquiry into the Effects of the Length, Bore, and Charge, upon the Range, &c. of the Piece-And Remarks upon the Articles of Powder, Shot, Wadding, &c. &c. Instructions for attaining the Art of Shooting. Magné de Marolles, 1789.
- An universal military dictionary, or A copious explanation of the technical terms &c. used in the equipment, machinery, movements and military operations of an army. George Smith, 1779.
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