This outstanding narrative history, the first volume to appear in the Oxford History of the United States, offers an intimate view of the development of the Revolutionary War, the battle between the colonies and the motherland, and the establishment of the American republic. Beginning with the Treaty of Paris in 1763 and continuing to the election of George Washington as the first president, Robert Middlekauff charts the growing conflict between England and America and portrays the drama and anguish of the colonies' struggle for independence.
This copy is in Fair condition. There is some yellowing and spotting on the edges of pages. The cover shows shelf wear, with some peeling and creasing to the spine. As always, the photos are of the book you will receive.