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Soldiers of the Revolutionary War

Patrick Catel

Soldiers of the Revolutionary War

by Patrick Catel

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Published by Heinemann Library in Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Continental Army -- Military life -- Juvenile literature,
  • Great Britain. -- Army -- Military life -- History -- 18th century -- Juvenile literature,
  • Soldiers -- United States -- History -- 18th century,
  • Soldiers -- Great Britain -- History -- 18th century,
  • United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Juvenile literature

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementPatrick Catel.
    GenreJuvenile literature
    SeriesWhy we fought, the Revolutionary War
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE259 .C38 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23962760M
    ISBN 109781432938987
    LC Control Number2009050075
    OCLC/WorldCa473125177

      Glory is in the name," Ferguson told her brother-in-law, who fought for the British in a story documented in an book, Revolutionary Women in the War for American Independence. "My brother's a.   Black Americans have a long and distinguished history of military service. They participated in every colonial war from through the French and Indian War () as soldiers, sailors, laborers, scouts, and spies. Blacks generally served in integrated units and earned the same pay as whites. Even slaves served in the army and were paid [ ].

    Massachusetts soldiers and sailors of the revolutionary war. Vol. 2, BESE - BYXBE: A compilation from the archives , Wright and Potter Printing Co., State Printers Hardcover. Page 10 - In Flanders fields the poppies blow Between the crosses, row on row, That mark our place; and in the sky The larks, still bravely singing, fly Scarce heard amidst the guns below. We are the Dead. Short days ago We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow, Loved, and were loved, and now we lie In Flanders fields. ‎.

    Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War: A Compilation from the Archives, Prepared and Published by the Secretary of the Commonwealth in Accordance with Chapter , Resolves of , Volume 1. U.S., Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files, This data collection contains an estima application files from officers and enlisted men who served in the Revolutionary War in all branches of the .


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List of the revolutionary soldiers of Virginia. Special report of the Department of Archives and History for by Virginia State Library.

Archives Division; Eckenrode, H. (Hamilton James), Pages: Revolutionary War Compiled Service Records, Soldiers of the Revolutionary War book NARA microfilm publication M Rosters of Revolutionary War Soldiers and Sailors, for Alabama, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Vermont, and Virginia Revolutionary War Indexes Online at Ancestry (these require a subscription fee).

Textual Records: Selected volumes of the "Numbered Record Books" series (), including letters sent, mainly by Brig. Gen. Edward Hand, ; an orderly book, October; records of Capt.

Thomas Mighill, ; and miscellaneous records relating to soldiers and activities in New York State, Miscellaneous numbered records.

This book is a must-own for anyone who loves military relics and American Revolutionary War history. If you're a fan of military artist Don Troiani, (I am), that's icing on the cake.

There are other military uniform and artifact books that cover the Civil War, Span Am and the World Wars/5(51). Revolutionary War Toy Soldier Tub 33 Piece Set with George Washington, Lafayette, British, Hessian and Continental Infantry, Cannon, Mortar out.

Soldiers who served in the Continental Army fought on behalf of the 13 colonies in the Revolutionary War. These soldiers were young and inexperienced, especially in comparison with the formidable British army, but they were highly motivated to win because the freedom of the colonies was at stake.

United States Revolutionary War, Virginia Pension Application Files, Images only. U.S. Revolutionary War Rolls for Virginia, ($) Virginia, Revolutionary War Soldierspublished($),*Actual book, images (no charge) Virginia Soldiers of ($) Virginia Soldiers ofVol.

1, ($). The American soldiers were collectively called the Continental Army. Continental Army infantry. John Laurens was a soldier and a diplomat in the Revolutionary War.

He was also an abolitionist who spent a lot of time and effort trying to get Congress and South Carolina legislature to approve a regiment of black soldiers. He died in a small. The American Revolutionary War started in April between British military based in Boston, Massachusetts and American colonial militia.

While the conflict initially started as a political dispute between the British national government and residents of the American colonies over taxes, the American Continental Congress declared the colonies to be an independent nation. Revolutionary War Service, –, a reference report. Regular and Volunteer United States Military Service Between the Revolutionary War and the War ofa reference report.

Search Online. Revolutionary War Rolls, (Microfilm Roll #M, Record Group 93) National Archives Catalog (NAID: ). Comic Book Toy Soldiers: Revolutionary War Soldier Set This is a follow up on the comic book soldier theme I did with the Lucky Romans a while back.

This is for the later fully round plastic figures, not the earlier flat figures. Subject: Massachusetts soldiers and sailors of the revolutionary war. A compilation from the archives.

This only goes to the name Berton. Where is the rest of the list. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). This book will be a MUST for those looking for Revolutionary War service for a Georgia ancestor since the D.A.R. no longer accepts the undocumented records from McCall's three volumes on Georgia Revolutionary War soldiers and only small portions from Lucian Lamar Knight's volume on Georgia in the Revolution.

- $ The alphabetical listing of “The Soldiers of the American Revolution Buried in Illinois” published in by Illinois State Genealogical Society has been expanded to include new entries, children of the entry, (other family members), history found in and referencing to pension records relating people, places and events, location of graves and references to searching for the.

As we continue to get closer to a complete collection of The Pennsylvania Archives, we find more interesting facts. Here is an alphabetical list of Revolutionary Soldiers “compiled chiefly from The Depreciation Account books in the office of the Auditor General of Pennsylvania”.

The introduction continues: “It contains nearly ten thousand names, and, as will. A heroine of the Revolutionary War, Molly Pitcher was the nickname of a woman said to have carried water to American soldiers during the Battle of Monmouth on Jbefore taking over for.

Who were the black soldiers of the Revolutionary War. by Valerie Russ, Posted: Janu To mark Black History Month, the Museum of the American Revolution will offer a lecture by historian Judith Van Buskirk, who wrote the book Standing In their Own Light: African American Patriots in the Revolutionary : Valerie Russ.

The British regular army had some fears that, if armed, blacks would start slave to placate southern planters, the British used African Americans as laborers, skilled workers, foragers and for those blacks who joined Lord Dunmore's Ethiopian Regiment, only a few blacks, such as Seymour Burr, served in the British army while the fighting was.

Nicknames for British Soldiers in the Revolutionary War: Due to their long redcoats, British soldiers were nicknamed “lobsters” and “bloody backs” by the colonists.

According to Stephen Brumwell in his book Redcoats: The British Soldier and War in the Americas,the nicknames were not flattering and were intended to be insults. Get this from a library. Soldiers of the Revolutionary War. [Patrick Catel] -- This book teaches students about the Loyalists and the Patriots--and the soldiers who fought for both sides.

Revolutionary War Soldiers Filling the British Ranks Revolutionary War Soldiers. Any study of the officer class in the 18th century is defined by the word “class”. The ranks of British soldiers were a reflection of division and exclusivity as defined by social class.

Not unlike the distinctions that existed in the English society of the day.The Balloting Book and Other Documents Relating to Military Bounty Lands in the State of New York: This book contains copies of several acts relative to Revolutionary War bounty lands and the payment given to officers and soldiers for service in the alphabetical listing of the names of soldiers and officers in each regiment is provided and includes the rank and ." Revolutionary War Soldiers $" Carle Place/Long Island, NY.

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