|aThe home front of the Revolutionary War / |cPatrick Catel
|aChicago : |bHeinemann Library, |cc2011
|a48 p. : |bill. (some col.), col. maps ; |c25 cm.
|aWhy we fought
|aIncludes bibliographical references (p. 47) and index
|aWhy did we fight the Revolutionary War?--How did the British rule the colonies?--What was life like on a New England farm?--What was life like on a Southern plantation?--What were colonial cities like?--Did everyone support the war against the British?--What role did Blacks play during the Revolution?--What role did Native Americans play during the Revolution?--What was life like for women during the Revolution?--What were children doing during the Revolution?--Timeline--Glossary
|aDescribes life during the Revoultionary War, discussing farms, plantations, city life; the roles played by women, children, slaves, and Native Americans; and daily life during the wars between the colonies and Great Britain
|aUnited States--History--Revolution, 1775-1783--Social aspects--Juvenile literature