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Introduction : the importance of place in the age of Atlantic revolutions -- Houses : the rise of domestic privacy -- Barracks : constructing a colonial military infrastructure -- Empire : drafting and implementing the Quartering Act -- Borderland : Native Americans, soldiers, and colonists in the backcountry -- Cities and towns : accommodation and eviction of the British Army -- Nation : American armies and the march toward independence -- Epilogue : the Third Amendment and the shadow of quartering
"Examines both quartering British soldiers in America and how this led to the American Revolution and how debates that ensued shaped Americans' notions of military power and place. A transnational history that includes Canada and the Caribbean"-- Provided by publisher
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