British Loyalists in the American Revolution
University of Maryland history professor Richard Bell examined why American Revolution loyalists chose to remain on the British side, what… read more
University of Maryland history professor Richard Bell examined why American Revolution loyalists chose to remain on the British side, what the Revolution was like for them, and how their lives changed when the patriots won. The Smithsonian Associates hosted this program. close
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Richard Bell Associate Professor University of Maryland, College Park->History Department
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