United States--History--Revolution, 1775-1783
Found in 27 Collections and/or Records:
Elisha Frisbie Accounts and Journal
Brig. Gen. James Hamilton receipt
Brigadier General James Hamilton's receipt for 208 rations of provisions received of Jonathan Clarke, Asst. Commissary General for the convention troops, for the use of Hamilton, commencing 1 March & ending 3 April. Dated Cambridge, New England 3 April 1778.
H. William Hawke manuscript
The H. William Hawke manuscript (1972-129-0) is a typescript manuscript biography titled "Joel Stone of Gananoque, 1749-1833. His Life and Letters." The manuscript was written by H. William Hawke in 1970.
Jones and Kilbourn families papers
Litchfield. Board of Selectmen. Writ
Information given by Litchfield Selectmen - David Welch, Bezaleel Beebe, Briant Stoddard - concerning the estate of Colborn Barrell, late of Boston, who joined with the British. On the back are expenses for the forfeiture of the estate dated Dec. 1779. Jedediah Strong's signature is under the names of the Selectmen.
New York City during the Revolution
New York City during the Revolution (1953-27-0) Speech possibly, written by Mrs. John Buel, and possibly read at a D.A.R. meeting. Speech describes New York City before the Revolutionary War through George Washington retiring to his home in Virgina at wars end.