Letter book, 1781 June-September. (Archival material, 1781) [University of Maryland, College Park]
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Letter book, 1781 June-September.

Author: Marinus Willett
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Publication:Papers
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Letter book containing copies of letters written from 20 June 1781 to 7 September 1781 concerning the troops garrisoned at Fort Rensselaer. Letters were addressed to Henry Livingston, George Clinton, George Washington, John Hancock, Major Throop, Philip Schuyler, and John Stark. Also included are regimented orders for May to November 1781.
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Genre/Form: History
Named Person: George Clinton; John Hancock; Brockholst Livingston; Philip John Schuyler; John Stark; George Washington; George Clinton; John Hancock; Brockholst Livingston; Philip John Schuyler; John Stark; George Washington
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Marinus Willett
In: Willett family
OCLC Number: 122487915
Description: 1 volume (130 pages) ; 15 x 20 cm

Abstract:

Letter book containing copies of letters written from 20 June 1781 to 7 September 1781 concerning the troops garrisoned at Fort Rensselaer. Letters were addressed to Henry Livingston, George Clinton, George Washington, John Hancock, Major Throop, Philip Schuyler, and John Stark. Also included are regimented orders for May to November 1781.
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