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Orderly book of the northern army, at Ticonderoga and Mt. Independence, from October 17th, 1776, to January 8th, 1777, with biographical and explanatory notes, and an appendix.

Autor: Anthony Wayne; United States. Continental Army. Pennsylvania Regiment, 5th.
Editora: Albany, J. Munsell, 1859.
Séries: Munsell's historical series, no. 3
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Regimental orderly book of the 5th Pennsylvania (formerly the 4th) under command of Col. Anthony Wayne. During these 3 months following Carleton's attempted invasion of October, 1776, the garrison at Ticonderoga consisted first of 5 brigades under direct command of Gen. Gates; about the middile of November the greater part of the troops was withdrawn, Wayne being left in command of the remainder.
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Gênero/Forma: History
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United States. Continental Army. Pennsylvania Regiment, 5th.
Orderly book of the northern army, at Ticonderoga and Mt. Independence, from October 17th, 1776, to January 8th, 1777.
Albany, J. Munsell, 1859
(OCoLC)793555008
Tipo de Documento: Livro
Todos os Autores / Contribuintes: Anthony Wayne; United States. Continental Army. Pennsylvania Regiment, 5th.
Número OCLC: 3224781
Descrição: viii, 224 p. fold. map, port. 29 cm.
Título da Série: Munsell's historical series, no. 3

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Regimental orderly book of the 5th Pennsylvania (formerly the 4th) under command of Col. Anthony Wayne. During these 3 months following Carleton's attempted invasion of October, 1776, the garrison at Ticonderoga consisted first of 5 brigades under direct command of Gen. Gates; about the middile of November the greater part of the troops was withdrawn, Wayne being left in command of the remainder.

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