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Aaron Burr 14h
21 November 1760 born was JOSEPH PLUMB MARTIN. Joined CT militia in June 1776 and served through Yorktown. His journal is one of the most detailed accounts of the by a regular soldier. As depicted (pic) by in .
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RevWar & Beyond 13h
Today in history:
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Lars D. H. Hedbor Nov 19
19 Nov 1776 Congress begs states to recruit for Continental Army in addition to their own militias.
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Lars D. H. Hedbor Nov 18
18 Nov 1781 British evacuate Wilmington NC in the wake of surrender at Yorktown.
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Aaron Burr 8h
21 November 1776 JOSEPH REED, aide-de-camp to GEORGE WASHINGTON writes a letter to General CHARLES LEE in which he flatters Lee and is critical of Washington. This would sour his relationship with GW going forward.
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Lars D. H. Hedbor 9h
21 Nov 1775 Loyalists end first siege of Ninety-Six, South-Carolina, which marked first serious conflict in SC.
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RevWarTalk.com 19h
Learn about George Washington’s Cane
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Lars D. H. Hedbor Nov 20
20 Nov 1776 Washington leads garrison fleeing Ft. Lee over "bridge that saved a nation."
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RevWar & Beyond Nov 20
This day in history:
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A. K. Fielding Nov 19
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Aaron Burr Nov 20
20 November 1776 GEORGE WASHINGTON & NATHANAEL GREENE order the Continental Army to retreat from Fort Lee . British led by General CORNWALLIS landed at the Palisades & captured 50 cannon, 1,000 barrels of flour, stores of ammunition.
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Old 96 District Nov 19
We just like this picture so much of Horseshoe Falls at Musgrove Mill State Historic Site in Clinton, SC! Make plans to visit this and you will thank us! Great walking and hiking trails. Nicest park staff and just off I-26!
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Aaron Burr Nov 19
Will be tweeting about the 10 Crucial Days: Christmas 2019 in the or area, check out events about and Washington crossing the Delaware. For more:
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American Revolution Institute Nov 18
November is National American History & Founders Month—a time to reflect on & learn about the history that has shaped the United States & our common national identity through nearly 250 years of continuous growth and change.
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Lars D. H. Hedbor Nov 18
17 Nov 1777 Congress submits Articles of Confederation to states for ratification.
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Lars D. H. Hedbor Nov 18
16 Nov 1776 Ft Washington NY falls to British under Hessian Knyphausen.
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Gene Procknow Nov 18
Provocative, engaging book review with an edge | Washington’s Revolutionary War Generals via
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Christopher T George Nov 17
Joe Biden who before becoming VP represented DE in the Senate, home to heroes Caesar Rodney & Maj Robert Kirkwood + a solitary battlefield -- -- is a good and decent man who's multiple endured family losses & shd not be attacked by despicable !
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Lars D. H. Hedbor Nov 15
15 Nov 1777 After six days' bombardment by British fleet, Americans abandon Ft. Mifflin PA.
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Lars D. H. Hedbor Nov 14
14 Nov 1775 Tories assassinate North-Carolina militia leader Capt Francis Bradley.
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