THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION ROUND TABLE OF PHILADELPHIA

BOOK OF THE YEAR WINNERS

The American Revolution Round Table of Philadelphia awards its Book of the Year Award to the best non-fiction book published during a specific year. Books are nominated by members or submitted by publishers for consideration. The books are reviewed and an announcement of the award is made in the spring with the award being presented at the organization's September meeting.

Minimum criteria for consideration is that the book is non-fiction, published during the year under consideration, subject must be the American Revolution Era, index, have a bibliography of sources, and have either footnotes or endnotes documenting its sources.

2003

Willard Sterne Randall's book "Alexander Hamilton: A Life" won the American Revolution Round Table of Philadelphia's Thomas Fleming Book Award for the best book on the American Revolution Era published in 2003.


Willard Sterne Randall's web site

2004

John Buchanan's book "The Road to Valley Forge: How Washington Built the Army that Won the Revolution"


2005

Glenn Williams's book "Year Of The Hangman: George Washington's Campaign Against The Iroquois."


2006

Charles Rappleye's book "Sons of Providence: The Brown Brothers, the Slave Trade, and the American Revolution."


2007

John A. Nagy's book "Rebellion in the Ranks Mutinies of the American Revolution"


2008

Matthew H. Spring's book "With Zeal and With Bayonets Only: The British Army on Campaign in North America, 1775-1783"


2009

Nancy K. Loane's book "Following the Drum: Women at the Valley Forge Encampmen"


2010

Tim McGrath's book "John Barry An American Hero in the Age of Sail."


Nominations are open to commercial (not self) publishers and members of the American Revolution Round Table of Philadelphia. If you have a book that you think should be considered please advise John A. Nagy at paperman@hotmail.com


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