Don N. Hagist—Noble Volunteers: The British Soldiers Who Fought the American Revolution
Noble Volunteers: The British Soldiers Who Fought the American Revolution
Don N. Hagist, managing editor of the Journal of the American Revolution and one of the leading researchers of the British Army in the American Revolution, on his latest book, Noble Volunteers: The British Soldiers Who Fought the American Revolution.
[Recorded February 18, 2021.]
Don N. Hagist, managing editor of Journal of the American Revolution, is an independent researcher specializing in the demographics and material culture of the British Army in the American Revolution. He maintains a blog about British common soldiers [http://redcoat76.blogspot.com] and has published a number of articles in academic journals. His books include The Revolution’s Last Men: the Soldiers Behind the Photographs (Westholme Publishing, 2015), British Soldiers, American War (Westholme Publishing, 2012), A British Soldier’s Story: Roger Lamb’s Narrative of the American Revolution (Ballindalloch Press, 2004), General Orders: Rhode Island (Heritage Books, 2001) and Wives, Slaves and Servant Girls (Westholme, 2016). Don works as an engineering consultant in Rhode Island, and also writes for several well-known syndicated and freelance cartoonists. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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