Military History

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Examining Military Geography

Posted by Daniel Sauerwein on August 21, 2007

I would like to take this opportunity to announce that I will be posting updates every so often regarding my upcoming work examining American military geography for one of my classes.  It will focus on military geography from the American Revolution through the end of the nineteenth century.  My colleague Tim and I will be combining our efforts to create a bibliography of worthwhile sources as well as two posters for presentation so that others will understand and appreciate this field within geography.  Look for updates in the coming weeks.


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