Historical Maps of NJ -Cartography Dept. of Rutgers
The writings of John Rees- Writings on the NJ Continentals-"the Jersey Blues", and other Revolutionary war subjects, by an expert
REVWAR '75 - transcriptions of Orderly books and many other resources online.
New Jersey in the Revolution
NJRW: New Jersey's Historic Sites
WELCOME TO ARCHIVING EARLY AMERICA
The American Revolution on-line
The History Channel¨
Welcome to the Center of Military History
Historical NJ documents
George Washington Papers at the Library of Congress
Journals of the Cont'l Congress
American Revolution.org a site done by the 4th Connecticut Regiment, with MANY pages and links, Very well done.
The 18th Century
18th Century links for researchers and students
NJ Brigade of the Continental Line timeline
NJ Revolutionary war chronology
Battle Road- Lexington and Concord
Pensions of NJ men in the Revolution-Geneological site with pensions.
Doc M's Homepage- who has done some serious research on a few very interesting Scottish characters of the Revolution, including Cornet Geary, Captain Ferguson, of the rifle fame, and others.
Historical reenactment groups-these people like history so much they sometimes live it! These are all Revolutionary War Groups or people.
Brigade of the Revolution ---all types of units: American, French, British, Spanish, with a strong emphasis on authenticity.
NorthWest Territories Alliance- Mid-West group-lots of info avail from this site.
Mike Meals Revolutionary War Page --an award winner!
British Brigade --British units
some New Jersey units on the web:
1st NJ reg't, -Polhemus Co.
Sappers and Miners Corp -a Continental unit
4th Light Dragoons -a Continental unit
Kings Rangers-Haydens Co. Loyalist unit
2ND NJ Regiment- Helm's Co.
Want to discuss the American War of Independence thru email? There is a email list you can subscribe to. It is mostly reenactors, but you don't need to reenact to get on it-just have a serious interest in the Revolution. You will get 30 or more postings a day, so do not join lightly! If you do subscribe, lurk on the list a while by reading and not sending anything until you get a feel for what is discussed or NOT discussed. Look up the REVLIST FAQ sheet (frequently asked questions). It has directions for subscribing to the list.
NJ History another email discussion list FAQ page, about all of NJ history.
Other history resource links-
Referance Internet resources-Rutgers library index to pages,documents on the web
Library Information Resources on the Internet
Kings Arm Press- historical books , documents and forms, (in NJ!)
NJ History LINKS- 1760+
A selection of books on the Revolutionary War and related topics! Check out: Rev War Books
My own pages: New Jersey during the Revolution: The Battle of Trenton
The Battle of Princeton.