Revolutionary War Almanac

Author: John C. Fredriksen
Publisher: Infobase Publishing
ISBN: 0816074682
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Offering a day-by-day chronology of the people and events important to the American Revolution, this title provides a look at this historic time.

American Revolution

Author: Barbara C. Bigelow
Publisher: Uxl
ISBN: 9780787637958
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Provides in-depth background and interpretation of the American Revolution, with short biographies of people relevant to the topics discussed in each chapter.

Civil War Almanac

Author: John C. Fredriksen
Publisher: Infobase Publishing
ISBN: 1438108036
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Lee, Fitzhugh (1835–1905) Confederate general Fitzhugh Lee was born in
Clermont, Virginia, on November 19, 1835, a grandson of American
Revolutionary War hero “Light Horse” Harry Lee. He attended the U.S. Military
Academy in 1852, earning mediocre grades and so many disciplinary infractions
that Superintendent Robert E. LEE, his uncle, nearly expelled him. Lee
nevertheless graduated in 1856 near the bottom of his class and received his
second lieutenant's commission.

American Almanac

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S. Bonsall, Marshal of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Dec. 5, – At Paris,
France, aged 30, Dunscourt Bradford, Vice-consul of the United States; formerly
of New York, a man much esteemed. Dec.—At Dardanelles, Arkansas, aged
about 57, Colonel David Brearly, a native of New Jersey, formerly of the United
States army, and late Indian agent; and a distinguished officer in the last war with
England. Sept. 17. — At Boston, Ohio, aged 104, Henry Brown, a soldier of the
Revolution, ...

Lafayette Lessons In Leadership From The Idealist General

Author: Marc Leepson
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
ISBN: 0230115659
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Clary, David A. Adopted Son: Washington, Lafayette, and the Friendship that
Saved the Revolution. New York: Bantam, 2007. Cloquet, Jules. Recollections of
the Private Life of General ... Commanger, Henry Steele and Richard B. Morris.
Spirit of Seventy-Six: The Story of the American Revolution as Told by
Participants. New York: Da Capo, 1995. Corwin ... Marie Antoinette: The Journey.
New York: Anchor Books, 2001. Fredriksen, John C. Revolutionary War Almanac:
Facts on File ...

The American Almanac And Repository Of Useful Knowledge

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1627 | Pennsylvania . - - 1682 Maine - - - - 1630 || Georgia - - - . 1733 xxxv.
STATISTICS OF THE REvoluTION. 1. ExPENSE of THE RevolutionARY WAR. As
the commerce of the United States was interrupted during the revolution, no
revenue was raised from this branch of industry to sustain the great and pressing
demands of the nation. Nor, indeed, had Congress power to levy a general tax on
commerce, this being the prerogative of the several states. The country itself,
moreover, ...

The American Almanac And Repository Of Useful Knowledge For The Year 1833

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An Act supplementary to the “Act for the Relief of certain Surviving Officers and
Soldiers of the Revolution. [SEc. 1.] Be it enacted by the Senate and House of
Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That
each of the surviving officers, non-commissioned officers, musicians, soldiers,
and Indian spies, who shall have served in the continental line, or state troops,
volunteers, or militia, at one or more terms, a period of two years, during the war
of the ...

Civil War Almanac

Author: Justin Segal
Publisher: Lowell House
ISBN: 9781565655867
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On April 12, 1861, America went to war. Like America's Revolutionary War, it was
a struggle for freedom and independence. But the American Revolution had
been a war against Great Britain. This war was not a war against another country.
For the first time in history, states in the North were battling states in the South.
Americans were fighting against Americans. The country was torn apart by a
struggle that would become known as the Civil War. When the war was over, and
America ...

The American Almanac And Repository Of Useful Knowledge For The Year 1834

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At Freehold, N.J., aged about 80, Philip Freneau, a poet of the American
Revolution. He was educated at the College of New Jersey, at Princeton, where
he was graduated in 1771. He died in consequence of losing his way and getting
mired in a bog in the evening, where he was found lifeless the next morning. His
poems, as it is stated in the Advertisement to the 3d edition, “were originally
written between the years 1768 and 1793; and were partly published in the
transient prints of ...