4 edition of Journal of the expedition against Quebec under command of Col. Benedict Arnold in the year 1775 found in the catalog.
Journal of the expedition against Quebec under command of Col. Benedict Arnold in the year 1775
Return J. Meigs
Filmed from a copy of the original publication held by the Library of the Public Archives of Canada. Ottawa : Canadian Institute for Historical Microreproductions, 1984.
|Statement||by Return J. Meigs ; with an introduction and notes by Charles I. Bushnell.|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series -- no. 23200|
|Contributions||Bushnell, Charles I. 1826-1883.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 microfiche (33 fr.)|
|Number of Pages||33|
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Unlike some other reproductions of classic texts (1) We have not used OCR(Optical Character Recognition). Journal of the expedition against Quebec, under command of Col. Benedict Arnold, in the year In Septemberearly in the American Revolutionary War, Colonel Benedict Arnold led a force of 1, Continental Army troops on an expedition from Cambridge in the Province of Massachusetts Bay to the gates of Quebec expedition was part of a two-pronged invasion of the British Province of Quebec, and passed through the wilderness of what is now Maine.
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Read Journal of the Expedition Against Quebec: Under Command of Col. Benedict Arnold, in the Year reviews & author details. Get Free shipping & CoD options across India. In his book Sylvester Judd traces the Judd family and says: “Freeman and his brother Daniel volunteered in the Quebec expedition under Col.
Arnold, and were in the attack upon Quebec, Dec. 31, They kept a journal of their proceedings from Boston to Quebec, which was printed.” . Benedict Arnold (Janu [O.S. January 3, ] – J ) was an American military officer who served as a general during the American Revolutionary War, fighting for the American Continental Army before defecting to the British in George Washington had given him his fullest trust and placed him in command of the fortifications at West Point, New : Boot Monument.
Filed under: Canadian Invasion, A journal of the expedition to Quebec, in the yearunder the command of Colonel Benedict Arnold / (New York: [s.n.], ), by James Melvin (page images at HathiTrust).
The Journal of Isaac Senter (Philadelphia: Published by the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, ), ; Return J.
Meigs, Journal of the Expedition against Quebec under Command of Col. Benedict Arnold, in the Year (New York: Privately Printed, ), Author: Daniel J. Tortora. Journal of the Expedition Against Quebec, Under the Command of Col.
Benedict Arnold, in the Year Privately Printed, New York, NY. Palmer, David Richard. The River and The Rock: A History of Fortress West Point, Journal of the Expedition Against Quebec, Under the Command of Col. Benedict Arnold, in the Year Privately Printed, New York, NY. Hall, Charles.
Life and Letters of Samuel Holden Parsons; Major General in the Continental Army Otseningo Publishing Co., Binghamton, New York. The Hartford Courant. Patriot on the Kennebec: Major Reuben Colburn, Benedict Arnold and the March to Quebec, by Mark York. From the back cover. In latea few months after the first shots of the Revolution were fired, Benedict Arnold led more than one thousand troops into Quebec to attack the British there.
"Journal kept by Capt Henry Dearborne, of the Proceedings, and Particular Occurrences which happened within my knowledge, to the Troops, under the Command of Colonel Benedict Arnold, in the year Which Troops were detached from the American Army Lying before the Town of Boston, for the purpose of marching to and taking possession of Quebec.".
Quebec Expedition, [Upon the capture of Fort Ticonderoga in May, '75, the project of invading Canada became popular both in Congress and the Army. Gen. Montgomery having been authorized to make the attempt by way of Lake Champlain, Washington organized an expedition to co-operate with him by the way of the Kennebec and the Maine woods.
The journal of Isaac Senter: physican and surgeon to the troops detached from the American army encamped at Cambridge, Mass., on a secret expedition against Quebec, under the command of Col. Benedict Arnold, in September, Following their capture of Fort Ticonderoga in MayColonels Benedict Arnold and Ethan Allen approached the Second Continental Congress with arguments in favor of invading Canada.
They felt this a prudent course as all of Quebec was held by around regulars and intelligence indicated that the French-speaking population would be favorably inclined towards the Americans.
alphabetical name index to roster of men in arnold expedition to quebec key to companies no. from roster company 1 headquarters 2 thayer dearborn3 ward4 hubbard5 hendricks6 smith7 hanchett8 topham9 goodrich10 morgan11 mccobb12 colburn13 scott14 williams15 guides,scouts,indians16 first name last name rank co.
a adams private 9ebenezerFile Size: KB. Meigs, Return Journal of the expedition against Quebec: under command of Col. Benedict Arnold, in the year(Charles Bushnell, ed) New York: (Private Publisher) Melvin, Andrew (ed) The journal of James Melvin, private soldier in Arnold's expedition against Quebec in the yearPortland, ME: Hubbard W.
Bryant, The journal relates the author’s adventures while stationed around Boston after April 20th and then gives an account of his experiences on the expedition to Quebec led by Colonel Benedict Arnold.
The journal begins on Septem and ends on January 9,shortly after the assault on Quebec on the night of Decem James Moody is the author of The Business of Theatrical Design ( avg rating, 17 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Concert Lighting ( avg ratin /5.
Journal of Isaac Senter, Physician and Surgeon to the Troops Detached from the American Army Encamped at Cambridge, Mass., on a Secret Expedition to Quebec under the Command of Col. Benedict Arnold, in September, Philadelphia: Historical Society of Pennsylvania, 3.
For activities of this scouting party, see John Joseph Henry’s journal in Roberts, March to Quebec description begins Kenneth Roberts, ed. March to Quebec: Journals of the Members of Arnold’s York, description ends, –Archibald Steele (d.
) of Lancaster County, Pa., was later wounded and captured in the attack on Quebec. The Invasion of Canada in Including the Journal of Captain Simeon Thayer, Describing the Perils and Sufferings of the Army Under Colonel Benedict Arnold, in Its March Through the Wilderness to Quebec Collections - Rhode Island Historical Society, v.
pt. Collections / Rhode Island Historical Society ; v. 6, [pt. Benedict Arnold’s Army also contains a closing chapter with detailed information and maps for readers who wish to follow the expedition’s route from the coast of Maine to Quebec City. There is a growing interest in the Founding Fathers and the Revolutionary War as a source of national pride and identity and the Arnold Expedition as told Brand: Savas Beatie.
Then they marched to Quebec, where they joined the second expedition led by Col. Benedict Arnold. Arnold’s forces had dwindled to men from the 1, that started out in Cambridge, Mass. It had taken months to reach Quebec through the Maine wilderness, and a third of Arnold’s men turned back during the grueling trek.
The American gazette: or Constitutional journal extraordinary. Salem, Wednesday, J IV. o'clock, p.m. By a gentleman just arrived in town from the head-quarters at Boston, we are favored with the following great and important intelligence from Canada.
Why Benedict Arnold Turned Traitor Against the American Revolution The story behind the most famous betrayal in U.S. history shows the complicated politics of the nation’s earliest days.
George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Benedict Arnold, SeptemJournal Created / Published Septem Journal of the Expedition Against Quebec, Under the Command of Col. Benedict Arnold, in the Yearby Maj. Return J. Meigs. Edited by Charles I. Bushnell. New York: Privately printed, Mills Mills, William Howard.
"Benedict Arnold's March to Canada." Magazine of American History, 13 (February ), pp. Available online Roberts. commencesatCambridge,September13th,andclosesatQuebec,January6, The position inthe Expeditionimparts toit a specialvalue. Journal ofCaptainSimeonThayer, describing the perils and sufferings enduredby.
The Journal of Isaac Senter, Physician and Surgeon to the Troops Detached from the American Army Encamped at Cambridge, Mass., on a Secret Expedition Against Quebec, under the command of Col. Benedict Arnold, in September, ARNOLD, Benedict] SENTER, Isaac. By Earl Echelberry. Fresh from his capture of Fort Ticonderoga, Colonel Benedict Arnold in the summer of lobbied hard to the Continental Congress for authorization to lead an expedition to the lower St.
Lawrence River and attack the English citadel at Quebec. Boston, the shot heard around the world / Brendan Morrissey. private soldier in Arnold's expedition against Quebec in the year Melvin, James, b. EM5. A journal of the expedition to Quebec, in the yearunder the command of Colonel Benedict Arnold.
Melvin, James, b. EM Boston, the shot heard. The DJ is clipped and in Good- condition with a piece missing of off the spine end top and a tear to the middle of the spine.
Cover discoloration. A frontispiece of Colonel Arnold and maps to the paste downs showing the motor routes over the trail followed by Benedict Arnold inon his march to Quebec.
; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; pages BGVK5LM. Passage of the Arnold Expedition Through Skowhegan. In the fall of an army of eleven hundred Revolutionary soldiers, traveling up the Kennebec valley on foot and by bateau, passed across the tract of land we now know as Skowhegan.
It was the Arnold. Hundreds of men followed Col. Benedict Arnold in an expedition to capture Quebec in After Arnold was wounded, his troops found themselves outnumbered and trapped inside the city.
Award-winning author and Revolutionary-era historian, Arthur S. Lefkowitz takes a close look at some of the brave veterans who fought in Arnold’s failed /5(24).The 7th Regiment was ordered south from Montreal on May 4th to join the 26th at Crown Point and begin reconstruction of the Grenadier Redoubt.
Before they could leave Canada, on May 10th an American force led by Benedict Arnold and Ethan Allen captured Ticonderoga and the following day a detachment under Seth Warner secured Crown Point.Start studying Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.