The materials found in “Diary of the American Revolution” are taken from Whig and Tory newspapers, published during the American Revolution, private diaries, and other cotemporaneous writings.
They present to the student of this day the same view the readers of the revolutionary period enjoyed, the manners and customs of the people, and the moral and religious, as well as political features of the time.
As far as practicable, the language of the writers has been preserved. For every assertion presented the reader will find an authority which must be his guide in ascertaining its value in an historical point of view; while, at the same time, he must keep in mind the truth that the errors and lampoons of a period belong as much to its history as the facts and flatteries.
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