5 edition of Revolutionary War orderly books at the Massachusetts Historical Society found in the catalog.
Revolutionary War orderly books at the Massachusetts Historical Society
|Contributions||Massachusetts Historical Society., Massachusetts Society of the Cincinnati.|
|LC Classifications||E230, Microfilm 21,303|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||6 microfilm reels|
|LC Control Number||92955959|
The final section lists the names and lots of Canadian and Nova-Scotia refugees. District and garrison orders concern removal of Maryland and Pennsylvania troops to Morristown, completing barracks, checking the Hudson for enemy activity, and re-enlistment of Massachusetts soldiers. A few brigade orders by General John Thomas of another division also appear. This guide contains full descriptions of each orderly book including the name or number of each regiment, who the book was kept for, the dates of the book, where the book was kept, the engagements the regiment was involved in, the manuscript collection in which the book is found, and a description of its contents. Call Number: Ms.
Detailed Description of the Microfilm The descriptions which follow reflect the order of the volumes on the microfilm. Harrisburg, Pa. Silas Brown's Company of Col. Orders from Washington's headquarters in Cambridge hail the establishment of the Continental Army and its rules and articles January 1and deploy his forces for the siege. Washington orders severe punishment for soldiers plundering civilians, and warns that officers absent without leave who are captured by the British will be exchanged as late as possible.
Journal, A partial set of weekly returns on the status of personnel of the regiment between September 20 and December 13, is included. Colonel Nicholas Haussegger commanded the battalion from June to March Army, Center of Military History, Andre was subsequently executed as a spy for his role in the Benedict Arnold treason plot. The book discusses the actions and events that led Great Britain to engage in war with the colonies as well as the events of the war itself in that particular year.
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Sullivan's order concerns deployment of his regiments. In the House of Representatives, September 17, : This broadside includes the text of a resolution that provides a process for developing Revolutionary War orderly books at the Massachusetts Historical Society book approving a constitution and form of government for the state of Massachusetts.
The colonial orders can be found elsewhere. N 3rd Continental Artillery Regiment V. This resource is available at subscribing libraries; speak to your local librarian to determine if your library has access.
Orderly book, Majabigweduce Castine, Me. Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War. Accompanied by guide on first reel.
The book also contains returns on Captain Waterman's company the 1st company of the regiment and lists of personnel. Wolfe, Gen. An address by John B. Note: This volume also includes an account book,which is not included on this microfilm edition.
General orders from Washington's headquarters in Cambridge prohibit sale of liquor to the troops, detach men for Benedict Arnold's attack on Quebec, and provide commissions for militia officers to serve in the Continental Army.
XIV, p. Call Number: Ms. Recordkeeper: Anonymous II. Greene also deploys his regiments, makes duty assignment, and oversees details of building strong lines and redoubts.
Because of the large number of these cases, each instance has not been noted on the film. Correspondence, sermons and manuscripts of Bellamy, theologian and minister of the new parish of BethlehemConnecticutfrom until his death. Other orders refer to officers of the day and troop movements.in the Massachusetts infantry during the Revolutionary War.
Included also is a printed version of Correspondence of a Boston Loyalist family. Originals are in the Massachusetts Historical Society. [FILM ] Canada. Archives of Ontario. letter books, military appointment files, and two orderly books relating to St. Clair’s Massachusetts Historical Society has books on Goodreads with 30 ratings.
Massachusetts Historical Society’s most popular book is Proceedings of the M. The Society's collection, now numbering forty-seven volumes, is one of the larger institutional holdings of orderly books in the United States.
It includes forty-two orderly books kept by Continental Army or militia units during the Revolutionary War and five that document British army activities during the French and Indian and Revolutionary Wars.Revolutionary Pdf Era Orderly Books from the New-York Historical Society Contact EBSCO to learn how you can make this resource available as part of your permanent collection."Reprinted from the Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society for October, " Lists of officers of the Massachusetts regiments [July, ]: p.
Book/Printed Material The orderly book of Colonel William Henshaw, of the American army, April Sept.
26, About this Item. Title Orderly book kept by Jeremiah Fogg.About Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the Revolutionary Ebook (Images Online) Prepared by the Secretary of the Commonwealth, this is an indexed compilation of the records of the Massachusetts soldiers and sailors who served in the army or navy during the Revolutionary War.