5 edition of Tories of New Hampshire in the war of the revolution. found in the catalog.
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Tories in New Hampshire also were arming. However, Patriots were arming and drilling all over New England, and outright revolution broke out on Ap , with the battles of Lexington and Concord, near Boston. The war begins Edit. The New Hampshire regiments also left on March 27th for their new assignments in the Hudson Highlands. Huntington's 2nd Connecticut Brigade left for Peekskill right after May 1st, and Parsons' 1st Connecticut Brigade was the last to depart on or about May 27th also bound for duty at the Highlands.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hammond, Otis Grant, Tories of New Hampshire in the War of the Revolution. Boston, Gregg Press, Tories of New Hampshire in the war of the revolution.
Otis Grant Hammond, superintendent of the New Hampshire historical society. About this Book Catalog Record Details. Tories of New Hampshire in the War of the Revolution.
Otis Grant Hammond, Otis Grant, View full catalog record. Rights: Public Domain in the United States, Google-digitized. 3 Hammond, Tories of New Hampshire in the War of the Revolution, p. Hammond's ideas were reasserted half a century later in Billias' preface to the edition of the Tories of New Hampshire.
Writing on behalf of the Loyalist Library, Billias. Otis Grant Hammond is the author of Tories Of New Hampshire In The War Of The Revolution ( avg rating, 1 rating, 1 review, published ), The Grani 2/5. Orderly book of the three battalions of loyalists, commanded by Brigadier-General Oliver De Lancey ; to which is appended a list of New York loyalists in the city of New York during the war of the revolution--(New York, Printed for the.
Full text of "The Loyalist refugees of New Hampshire" See other formats The Ohio State University Bulletin Volume XXI October, NUMB] THE LOYALIST REFUGEES ' of NEW HAMPSHIRE PUBLISHED BY THE UNIVERSITY AT COLUMBUS Entered as second-class matter Novemat the postoffio at Columbus, Ohio, under Act of Congress, July.
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The regimental pages often include lists of the companies with links to the counties where the companies started. Men in the companies often lived in the counties where the companies. Upton, Richard Francis. Revolutionary New Hampshire: An Account of the Social and Political Forces Underlying the Transition from Royal Province to American Commonwealth.
Hanover, NH: Dartmouth College Publications, Urban, Mark. Fusiliers: The Saga of a British Regiment in the American Revolution. New York: Walker and Company, New Hampshire Volunteers (also known as Stark’s Corps) In spite of its name, this unit was raised in New York City and Philadelphia by William Stark of New Hampshire, who had commanded a company of Rogers’ Rangers during the French and War.
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An estimated one-third of the people of the American colonies remained loyal to Great Britain during the Revolutionary War. As many as 50, fled their homes and moved to New. The other brigadier general, John Sullivan of Durham, New Hampshire, had been a small-town lawyer prior to the war. In the summer of he would command American troops during the Rhode Island Campaign, which ended with the Battle of Rhode Island (the battle involving the most troops in New England during the war).
 Greene and Sullivan. December: New Hampshire Patriots capture a fort and seize its arms. March: Prominent Tories, fearing the rise of rebellious Patriots, ask Gen.
Thomas Gates, now both royal governor and commander in chief of British forces in North America, to send a warship to Plymouth Harbor to provide an emergency exit for Loyalists.
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Crowder highlights about 90 women who went beyond the norm in supporting America’s struggle for Independence. This work ties up the whole elusive body of documents and printed sources related to the more t rank and file South Carolina soldiers who made up the battle lines in an untold number of skirmishes with the British and the Tories.
No record exists in Hampshire, so far as known, of the names or number of the soldiers who went from the county to the war of the revolution, but there were many, as is shown by the history of the old families, nearly all of whom had representatives fighting under Washington, Gates, Greene, or some other general in that long and desperate struggle.
The size of the Massachusetts Line varied from as many as 27 active regiments (at the outset of the war) to four (at its end). For most of the war after the Siege of Boston (April to March ) almost all of these units were deployed outside Massachusetts, serving as far north as Quebec City, as far west as present-day central Upstate New York, and as far south as.
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At the time of his capture, Lee was second-in Author: Christian Mcburney. considerable quantity of data on the subject. In a statement issued by the Secretary of War inhe says that there are in his department no rolls of the State troops except those of Virginia, and no rolls of the militia except those of New Hampshire.
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