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Gail Ann Fuller 12h
Replying to @BCDreyer
Did you know Fonda, NY is named for his ancestor, Nellis Fonda, who was prominent in Montgomery Co. (then Tryon), in the Revolution? Drums Along the Mohawk is based on the area's history. FASCINATING area, and its is usually ignored.
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Brian E Aug 13
American Revolutionary War veteran Captain George Fishley ~notable character. "The Last of Our Cocked Hats"-one of the last to wear the Continental Army soldiers headgear. (He died in 1850 at 90 so this is likely about 1840ish)
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Moland House Aug 12
The Moland House is holding its annual reenactment on Saturday from 10-4. Reenactors will engage in skirmishes and representations of colonial life, including children's toys and brewing colonial style beer.
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Debra George Aug 15
Shout-out to where I talked to locals & visited museum to research my ancestral ties & area connection to
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Liberty & Co. Aug 16
Get 17.77% OFF! Our Bennington shirt and Live Free or Die mug are on sale with checkout code BENNINGTON. Hurry, sale ends tonight at midnight!
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Gilbert Arellano Aug 13
Yes, but we fought for something and against then-An oust king! We are so divided that neither side would even win a amongst our own let alone a 😢
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Gail Chumbley Aug 15
“Swamp Fox” routs loyalists while Gates’ men fall ill - HISTORY
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2ndMassReg Aug 10
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The History Girl Aug 15
This article was sent by Erik A. It discusses a number of sites that are worth preserving, including two sites in : Bonnell Tavern in Cliton and the Trenton Battle...
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Liberty & Co. Aug 14
Put your Washington Headquarters Flag sticker wherever more American history is required.
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Tom Hood Aug 15
RT : Did you know that the didn’t begin well for General George Washington? The New York and New Jersey Campaign was fairly dismal for the Commander-in-Chief, who lost the and subsequent battles.
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Steven Aug 16
Saluda Hills cemetery near Ft Blakely in Spanish Fort Alabama Final resting spot for Confederate and Revolutionary War veterans
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J Winfield Currie Aug 9
: Though the may be over bitterness lingers on. Danger awaits the : devious strangers, former dragoons, even family. Share their joys and sorrows as life comes full circle in this hauntingly memorable saga.
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VelvetVixenV (TheJaded) Aug 9
Replying to @VanessaS2hart
Now, mayb the thing is a bit far fetched, or 2 far 2 soon to say such a thing,. But we won our & w/ our ., the , the was writen by our as well as the .
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The History Girl Aug 13
: Captain John Dey (December 28, 1741 - April 26, 1829) at Old Tennent Cemetery in Manalapan, . He was a captain in 2nd Middlesex County Militia during the . He married Mary Baird Dey (1747 - 1836) and together…
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2ndMassReg Aug 11
“Our militia are not regulars and for that they will break with no notice put any deserter you capture to death in hopes that shall keep them in check sir.”
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A. K. Fielding Aug 15
Military Museum to debut new exhibit via @leader_news
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AuthorMBTosi Aug 11
In Bk 1, the Early Path series, a handsome soldier pursues a quiet spinster.
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Gen.Patton Aug 11
The British tried to ban Military Arms in the colonies before the
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Frederick Weaver Aug 11
Replying to @sirBadd @GraceRandolph
Reminder: the Continental army during the started off as various American militias with unlimited weapons.
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