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Captain William Hendricks and the march to Quebec, 1775. With maps by Dorothy Kendall. by Robert Grant Crist

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Published by Hamilton Library and Historical Association of Cumberland County in Carlisle, Pa .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Hendricks, William, -- d. 1776,
  • Canadian Invasion, 1775-1776

Book details:

Classifications
LC ClassificationsE231 C7
The Physical Object
Pagination32p.
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14287775M

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  A fascinating, detailed account of Benedict Arnold's secret expedition to Quebec, as well as the Battle of Quebec and the author's experiences as a prisoner of war. Captain William Humphrey served in the Rhode Island Regiment during the American Revolutionary War. His first journal entries is dated September 9, as the expedition is setting Price: $ HENDRICKS'S JOURNAL. This is entitled "Journal of the March of a Party of Provincials from Carlyle to Boston," and from thence to Quebec, begun July 13 and ended Decem ; to which is added an "Account of the Attack and Engagement of Quebec, the 31st of December, " Glasgow, , pp.   Author of Penn's Example to the Nations, Captain William Hendricks and the march to Quebec, , Confederate Invasion of the West Shore - , Robert Whitehill and the struggle for civil rights, Manor on the market, The land in Cumberland called .   Battle of Quebec: Decem Benedict Arnold: Traitor. On Decem , during the American Revolutionary War (), Patriot .