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Independence Hall
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Do you have knowledge or expertise about people, sites, events, battles, etc. from the Revolutionary War? We are asking you to share that expertise with our thousands of visitors. You can contribute an article, short or long about any topic related to the American Revolution and promote your own website or work as well.

This is the perfect place for teachers, professors, historians, authors, lawyers or experts of any kind to share your knowledge with a very large targeted audience that is searching for information about the American Revolution and beginning time period of the American republic. If you contribute a quality article to Revolutionary War and Beyond, you will be be allowed to share your name and credentials, as well as link back to any website you may have with other information about your professional knowledge of the time period, and to personal professional information such as a myspace or facebook profile.

Monticello - Home of Thomas Jefferson
Monticello - Home of
Thomas Jefferson

Revolutionary War and Beyond is quickly becoming a popular site for people seeking information about the American Revolution. The website was visited by over 1,000,000 unique visitors in each of the last two years. It is linked to by popular and authoritative sites such as,,,, and If you place an article on Revolutionary War and Beyond, not only will your article be viewed by many of Revolutionary War and Beyond's thousands of visitors each month, the millions of visitors to these other authoritative websites may also click through to view your article and read about your expertise, potentialy giving you thousands of new followers and increased exposure.

Liberty Bell
Liberty Bell

Why is Revolutionary War and Beyond publishing informative articles from other experts in their field? The answer is simple - the website began as an amateur hobby by a single individual and has quickly outgrown his ability to keep adding more quality material! Revolutionary War and Beyond ranks in the top 3% of all websites as far as number of visitors it receives, but it is still a relatively small website. There are numerous issues, events and people of the revolutionary time period that are not yet covered on the site and the sky is the limit. As you know, the subject matter is nearly inexhaustible. So why don't you help contribute to building this site into one of the most visited and authoritative sites on the internet about this important time period in American history!

Here are some suggestions about the types of articles that would be welcomed by anyone who has expertise regarding them:

  1. Any events leading up to the American Revolution, for example - the Boston Tea Party, the Stamp Act, the Coercive Acts, the Boston Massacre, etc.
  2. Any events surrounding the American Revolution through the time period of the Articles of Confederation, US Constitution and Bill of Rights
  3. Any events during the time period of the first two presidencies of George Washington and John Adams. This time period is included because it is considered formative in the development of the United States
  4. Any battles, people, women, customs, statistics, quotes, buildings, landmarks, amendments, colonies, historical sites or principles of the American Revolution
  5. Anything related to the founding of the United States is welcome, but articles are particularly desired about Revolutionary War Battles, Revolutionary War Generals, Revolutionary War Facts, Revolutionary War Women, Founding Fathers and Revolutionary War Sites
John Adams
John Adams

If you choose to contribute an article, you may include your name and credentials as well as one link to a site of your choosing which contains more information about your expertise - such as a site containing more articles you have written, a site offering a book for sale that you have written or a professional website giving your biography. You may also link to a myspace, facebook or other similar page, so readers who are interested in your area of expertise may find out more about what you have to say.

If you contribute an article to Revolutionary War and Beyond, the article will be reviewed by the site's creator for content and quality. Articles will be accepted if they are deemed to be accurate, interesting, relevant and worthwhile. Any articles submitted will become the property of Revolutionary War and Beyond and may be edited for various reasons such as space constraints and search engine optimization. (Search engine optimization means the page is designed and worded in such a way that search engines will be more likely to pick up the page and rank it highly in its visitors' searches.) Though the organization and wording may be edited slightly, the content or meaning will not be substantially altered.

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