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accurate and interesting account of heroes in the campaign against Quebec in 1775. by John Joseph Henry

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Published by Johnson Reprint Corp. in [New York] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Canadian Invasion, 1775-1776

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Edition Notes

Statement[East Ardsley, Eng.] S.R. Publishers [1812]
SeriesCanadiana before 1867
The Physical Object
Pagination225 p.
Number of Pages225
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13529098M
OCLC/WorldCa7661763

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The Invasion of Quebec in was the first major military initiative by the newly formed Continental Army during the American Revolutionary objective of the campaign was to gain military control of the British Province of Quebec (part of modern-day Canada), and convince French-speaking Canadiens to join the revolution on the side of the Thirteen on: Primarily Lake Champlain and St. . Author Brendan Morrissey provides a concise factual account in the Osprey Campaign Series book "Quebec The American Invasion of Canada." In a military sense, both the brand new American army and the British Army were operating at the extreme limit of their respective military capabilities in the by: 1. Ann Wood Henry (Janu – March 8, ) was the wife of William Henry of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, a gunsmith, inventor, and patriot in the American Revolution.. Background. Born Ann Wood in Burlington, Province of New Jersey on Janu , she married William Henry in ; the couple had thirteen children, including John Joseph Henry (), a judge; . Without sight; blind. Synonym of invisible , John Joseph Henry, An accurate and interesting account of the hardships and sufferings of that band of heroes who traversed the wilderness in the campaign against Quebec in , William Greer, page In his return, arriving at a rising ground, a knoll, he heard a rustling of the leaves in his front.

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