3 edition of Pennsylvania War-Office, Philadelphia, April 17th, 1777. found in the catalog.
Pennsylvania War-Office, Philadelphia, April 17th, 1777.
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Memorandum, as found in council book, no. 3, from Dec. 31, , to Ma Vol XI. Minutes of the Supreme Executive Council of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia and Pennsylvania Associators [ edit ] During King George's War, Benjamin Franklin, in , wrote and published the pamphlet, "Plain Truth", calling for a voluntary association to defend Philadelphia. This was in line with his earlier formation of volunteer ance: Great Britain, United States.
Sarah Wister (J – Ap ) was a girl living in Pennsylvania during the American is principally known as the author of Sally Wister's Journal, written when she was sixteen; it is a firsthand account of life in the nearby countryside during the British occupation of Philadelphia in Born: Sarah Wister, 20 July , Philadelphia, . Philadelphia 61! Docket, Pennsylvania vs. John Miller et al., January Sessions 62! Order for Major Bartholomas dated October 9, , Fort Constitution 63! Letter from Thomas Wharton, Jr. to John Donaldson concerning participants in a riot dated Aug , Philadelphia 64!
Scale ca. , Oriented with north toward the upper right. Shows name and location of important buildings and wharf facilities. Inset: A chart of Delaware Bay and River, from the original by Mr. Fisher of Philadelphia, [ca. ,] Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. Vault AACR2. Philadelphia Taking the Capital, number in Osprey's Campaign series, provides an excellent survey of the series of military actions around the American capital in the period August - December The author, a re-enactor and amateur historian, does a very good job synthesizing existing secondary sources into a coherent narrative/5(11).
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Pennsylvania War-Office, Philadelphia, April 17th, Resolved, that a committee of fifty be appointed. Philadelphia, April 9, To the people of Pennsylvania. By the intelligence which the Council have this day received from General Putnam, the enemy are in motion toward South-Amboy, and it is probable they will, once more, attempt to pass through New-Jersey, and endeavour to gain possession of the city of Philadelphia.
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Seymour demonstrates that while the Pennsylvania Associators contributed to success in the campaigns in which they fought, particularly /5(10). PHS State of the accounts of Col. George Smith, a Sub-Lieutenant of the County of Philadelphia (March, April 17th, ).
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The Philadelphia campaign (–) was a British initiative in the American Revolutionary War to gain control of Philadelphia, which was then the seat of the Second Continental h General William Howe, after unsuccessfully attempting to draw the Continental Army under General George Washington into a battle in northern New Jersey, embarked his army on transports, and Location: New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware.
Edition of copies. This copy not numbered. Names of persons who took the oath of allegiance to the State of Pennsylvania, between the years andwith a history of the "Test laws" of PennsylvaniaPages: The Story of the Philadelphia Campaign.
It is September The War for American Independence, in its second year, is in an uneasy stalemate. The Continental Army, led by General George Washington, scored two successes in late with victories at Trenton and British however, under General Sir William Howe, control New York City.
Looking to put an end to the rebellion, Howe. The Philadelphia campaign, which ran for well over a year from early to mid-summeris recognized as the high point of the Revolution. It was a campaign during which the British won almost every battle and gloriously seized their objective, the Colonial capital at Philadelphia, yet they were not able to win the by: 2.
A turning point in the War of Independence, the campaign for Philadelphia set in motion a series of events leading to the defeat of the British and eventual independence for the emerging American nation. From the landing of General William Howe's army at the head of the Elk River, to his eventual capture of Philadelphia, the campaign included some fascinating battles.
The initial engagement at. Pennsylvania War-Office, April 13th, This Board think it their duty to publish a letter received from Mr. Henry Fisher, at Lewistown, by the Honourable the Navy Board of this state.
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Pennsylvania was the site of key events and places related to the American state, and especially the city of Philadelphia, played a critical role in the American Revolution.
Founding Father Robert Morris said, "You will consider Philadelphia, from its centrical situation, the extent of its commerce, the number of its artificers, manufactures and other circumstances, to be to the. Book/Printed Material Pennsylvania War-office.
April 13th, This board think it their duty to publish a letter received from Mr. Henry Fisher, at Lewistown, by the Honourable the Navy Board of this State, as it is of importance at this critial period, that all t.
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Philadelphia, April 9, To the people of Pennsylvania. By the intelligence which the Council have this day received from General Putnam, the enemy are in motion toward South-Amboy, and it is probable they will, once more, attempt to pass through New-Jersey, and endeavour to gain possession of the city of Philadelphia.
The first in a monumental two-volume set on the pivotal campaign of the American Revolution, this book is an in-depth examination of the military engagements that resulted in the British capture of Philadelphia.4/5(17).