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History of the First New Hampshire Regiment in the War of the Revolution.
|Statement||With a new introd. by Richard F. Upton.|
|Contributions||Baker, Henry Moore, 1841-1912.|
|LC Classifications||E263.N4 K42 1973|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 184, 23 p.|
|Number of Pages||184|
|LC Control Number||74173609|
Note—It was this brigade that bore the brunt of the decisive battle of Newtown, fought on Sunday, August 29th, All of the killed, and most of the wounded, were New Hampshire men. Johnathan Perkins, Ensign. Joshua Thompson, 2d Lieutenant. Hubbard Carter, Ensign. Samuel Thompson, Ensign. Second New Hampshire Regiment. George Reed. Regimental History SIXTH REGIMENT NEW HAMPSHIRE VOLUNTEER INFANTRY THE Sixth Regiment was organized at Keene, in November, , the men coming from all parts of the State. On the 25th of December the regiment left Keene, and proceeded to Washington, where it arrived at 4 P. M., on the 28th, and was assigned to Casey’s Provisional Brigade at.
Author Bruce D. Heald, PhD, celebrates the achievements and experiences of New Hampshire throughout the American Revolution. Learn how General John Stark gained battle experience in the French and Indian War that allowed him to successfully lead Brand: PhD Bruce D Heald. Orderly book kept by Capt. Silvanus Reed of a New Hampshire regiment, in brigade with R.I. regiments during the Rhode Island campaign, 5/ - 8/ List of Capt. Elisha May’s company, Col. John Durkee (Conn.), 10/
Rolls of the soldiers in the revolutionary war.. Hammond, Isaac Weare, ; Burton, Johnathan, b. ; Fitts, Abraham. Publication date. New Hampshire -- History Revolution, Sources, United States -- History Revolution, Regimental histories New Hampshire, New Hampshire -- History, Military Sources, New Hampshire Pages: 1st NH: HISTORY OF THE FIRST NH REGIMENT IN THE WAR OF THE REVOLUTION with New Hampshire at the battle of Bunker Hill (Hardcover) 38 00 30, NAMES, PA: A Collection of Upwards of Thirty Thousand Names of German, Swiss, Dutch, French and other immigrants in Pennsylvania from (Hardcover).
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Get this from a library. History of the First New Hampshire Regiment in the War of the Revolution. Henry Moore Baker's New Hampshire at the Battle of. Uniforms of the 1st New Hampshire Regiment A Historical Research Project Compiled by Jim Hayden, 1st NH Regt.
General History of the Uniform and Background. During the years of the Revolution, most American regiments went through a number of uniforms. The styles and colors varied according to the availability of materials.
The 1st New York Regiment was authorized on 25 May and organized at New York City from 28 June to 4 August, for service with the Continental Army under the command of Colonel Alexander McDougall. The enlistments of the first establishment ended on 31 December The second establishment of the regiment was authorized on 19 January Allegiance: Continental Congress of the United States.
The 1st New Hampshire Regiment was an infantry unit that came into existence on 22 May at the beginning of the American Revolutionary War. John Stark was the regiment's first commander. The unit fought at Chelsea Creek and Bunker Hill in On 1 Januarywhile engaged in the Siege of Boston, the unit was renamed the 5th Continental Regiment.
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New Ham pshire in the Ame rican Re volution An Exhibition by The Society of the Cincinnati Anderson House wrote the first history of New Hampshire, published between andthought to be the first work of modern in John Stark’s First.
1st NH: HISTORY OF THE FIRST NH REGIMENT IN THE WAR OF THE REVOLUTION with New Hampshire at the battle of Bunker Hill (Hardcover) 38 00 Default Title / Option2 Value / Option3 Value - $ USD Quantity Add to Cart. The New Hampshire State Archives contains only two records of payments for flags during the Revolutionary War: this voucher and a later one for Colonel Joseph Cilley’s First New Hampshire Continental Regiment in The voucher provides a critical piece of evidence, though, linking the flags with the Second New Hampshire Regiment.
History of the Twelfth regiment, New Hampshire volunteers in the war of the rebellion by Asa W. Bartlett - () – pages History of Washington, New Hampshire, from the first settlement to the present time, by G.N. Gage - () – pages5/5(3).
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Secomb - () – PagesSeller Rating: % positive. History of the First New Hampshire Regiment in the War of thPublisher: Albany, J. Munsell Publication date: Subjects: United States. Continental Army. New Hampshire Infantry Regiment, 1st () United States — History Revolution, Regimental histories New Hampshire Notes: This is an OCR reprint.
The 2nd New Hampshire Regiment was formed in early Mayas the second of three Continental Army regiments raised by the state of New Hampshire during the American Revolutionary first commander was Colonel Enoch Poor, with Joseph Cilley as major.
Many of the men who served in the unit hailed from southeastern New Hampshire and western Allegiance: Continental Congress of the United States. New Hampshire was one of the Thirteen Colonies that revolted against British rule during the American Massachusetts Provincial Congress called upon the other New England colonies for assistance in raising an army.
In response, onthe New Hampshire Provincial Congress voted to raise a volunteer force to join the patriot army at Boston. The 37th Regiment of Foot was first formed in and as was the tradition at the time named ‘Meredith’s Regiment’ after Thomas Meredith, the Colonel of the Regiment who raised it in Dublin.
The Regiment then served in various campaigns including The War of Spanish Succession () and The War of the Austrian Succession (–).  Asa W. Bartlett, History of the Twelfth Regiment, New Hampshire Volunteers in the War of the Rebellion (Concord, NH: Ira C.
Evans, Printer, ), vi.  Most likely, the first single-volume history was William P. Maxson’s Camp Fires of the Twenty-third, a page account of a two-year regiment recruited in western New York, which.
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Dow from Hollis. The manifest of Col. Reed's regiment dated Jtwo days before the battle, lists men of whom were fit for duty.For a military history of New Hampshire, see: Potter, Chandler Eastman.
The Military History of the State of New Hampshire. Concord, N.H.: McFarland and Jenks, This history comprises events from the first settlements in New Hampshire to the rebellion in It includes biographical notices of many of the officers and explanatory notes.