7 edition of life, anecdotes, and heroic exploits of Israel Putnam, Major-General in the Revolutionary War. found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Memoirs of Major-General Putnam.|
|LC Classifications||E207.P9 H985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||66,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||66|
|LC Control Number||09006999|
The Life and Public Services of Arthur St. Clair, Soldier of the Revolutionary War, President of the Continental Congress, and Governor of the Northwestern Territory: Correspondence and Others Papers, Arranged and Annotated. Cincinnati, Ohio: Robert Clarke, 1. William Stone Montgomery (–), a captain in the 9th Regiment of Foot, was wounded and captured during a skirmish at Fort Ann, N.Y., on 8 July. The son of Sir William Montgomery of Dublin, he entered the British army in as a cornet in the 9th Regiment of Dragoons, and after several changes of regiment, he became a captain in the 9th Regiment in May
The National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC) is part of the National Archives. Through its grants program, the NHPRC supports a wide range of activities to preserve, publish, and encourage the use of documentary sources, relating to the history of the United States, and research and development projects to bring historical records to the public. "General Putnam encouraged us very much," relates a soldier, Samuel Jones, "and rode up and down behind us; his horse was all of a lather, and the battle was going on very hotly at the time." The above article is taken from the book Israel Putnam, Pioneer, Ranger, and Major-General by William Farrand Livingston, The Knickerbocker Press, - Israel Putnam Esqr. Major General of the Connecticut forces, and Commander-in-Chief at the engagement on Bunckers Hill 15 June (Three-quarter length). Mezzotint, , after J. .
Israel Putnam - Major General Click on an image to view full-sized Israel Putnam PUTNAM, Israel, soldier, born in that part of the town of Salem, Massachusetts, which has since been set off as the town of Danvers, 7 January, ; died in Brooklyn, Connecticut, 19 May, His great-grandfather, John Putnam, with his wife, Priscilla, came from England in , and settled in Salem. A Historiography of the published works on Revolutionary War General Israel Putnam Historians in the first half of the 19th Century hotly debated the effectiveness of Putnam’s military career. First to print, David Humphrey, an officer on Putnam’s staff published a flattering biography. The first part of Humphrey’s biography is complied with the assistance. Page 7 of Major-General Israel Putnam () Israel Putnam was born January 7, /18, in Salem Village, now Danvers, was born in the upper chamber of a colonial homestead, a house which is still standing on its original site, near the eastern base of Hathorne or Asylum Hill, in Danvers, has several times been enlarged and is still in an excellent.
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SyntaxTextGen not activatedPutnam, ISRAEL, military officer; born in Salem (the part now Danvers), Massachusetts, Pdf 7, ; he settled in Pomfret, Connecticut, inwhere he acquired a good estate; raised a company, and served in the French and Indian War with so much efficiency that .Two years before his death his download pdf, Colonel Humphreys, finished his ” Essay on the life of the Honorable Major-General Israel Putnam.” It is said that this was the first biography attempted in America, and we are certainly indebted to Colonel Humphreys for selecting from the hundreds of lives about him our Connecticut hero.Ebook Humphreys was aide-de-camp to Washington during ebook American Revolution.
His Life of Israel Putnam, originally published inhas rightly been described as “the first biography of an American written by an American.” It is, as William C.
Dowling observes, “a classic of revolutionary writing, very readable and immensely interesting in what it says about the temper of the new.