5 edition of Journal of Captain Henry Dearborn in the Quebec expedition, 1775. found in the catalog.
Reprinted from the Proceedings of the Massachusetts historical society, 1886.
|Series||Pamphlets - American Revolution,, v. 2 no. 2|
|LC Classifications||E231 .D28|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p. l., p. 33-63|
|Number of Pages||63|
|LC Control Number||02004475|
Battle of Quebec: Decem Benedict Arnold: Traitor. On Decem , during the American Revolutionary War (), Patriot . Henry Alexander Scammell Dearborn [q.v.] was his son by his second wife. [Dearborn's "Journal while on Arnold's Expedition to Quebec" mentioned above, journals which he kept at various times from July to March , are published in Proc. Mass. Hist. Soc., ser. 2, vol. III (—87).
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Henry Dearborn’s Company. Oliver Handchett’s Company. William Hendricks’ Company. Journal From Inside Quebec “Provincial” Journal. Books Written. Codman: Arnold’s Expedition To Quebec. Arnold Expedition Historical Society 33 Arnold Road Pittston, Maine 12 Capt. Henry Dearborn’s journal of the Quebec expedition, in Roberts, Kenneth, , March to Quebec, journals of the members of Arnold’s expedition: New York, Doubleday, Doran & .
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Excerpt from Journal of Captain Henry Dearborn in the Quebec Expedition, Sullivan's expedition against the Indians in the interior Of New York, in ; and the other, that Of Arnold's treason.
So far as I have seen 1775. book, these jour nals, with one exception, are in Dearborn's handwriting. The exception is the journal which : Henry.
Dearborn. Title Journal of Captain Henry Dearborn in the Quebec expedition, Contributor Names Dearborn, Henry, Journal of Captain Henry Dearborn in the Quebec expedition, Item Preview Journal of Captain Henry Dearborn in the Quebec expedition, by Dearborn, Henry, Publication date Topics Canadian Invasion, Publisher Cambridge, J.
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Sloan Foundation. The Library is pleased to offer much of its public. A journal kept by Capt Henry Dearborn of the proceedings and particular occurences, which happened within my knowledge, to the troops, under the command of Colonel Benedict Arnold, in the year which troops were detached from the American Army lying before the town of Boston, for the purpose of marching to, and taking possession of Quebec.
Journal of Captain Henry Dearborn in the Quebec expedition, (Cambridge, MA: J. Wilson and Son, ). Dearborn mentions that two dogs were eaten here including his own black dog.
Dearborn mentions that two dogs were eaten here including his own black dog. The Battle of Quebec (French: Bataille de Québec) was fought on Decembetween American Continental Army forces and the British defenders of Quebec City early in the American Revolutionary battle was the first major defeat of the war for the Americans, and it came with heavy losses.
General Richard Montgomery was killed, Benedict Arnold was wounded, and Daniel Location: Quebec City, Province of Quebec (present. This is the journal of Captain William Humphrey, detailing the secret expedition to Quebec under the command of Colonel Benedict Arnold.
The journal also captures the ensuing Battle of Quebec during which Captain Humphrey was taken prisoner. He. Journal of Captain Henry Dearborn in the Quebec expedition, Reprinted from the Proceedings of the Massachusetts historical society, Also available in.
The journal of James Melvin, private soldier in Arnold's expedition against Quebec in the year (Portland, Me., H. Bryant, ), by James Melvin and Andrew Alonzo Melvin (page images at HathiTrust) Caleb Haskell's diary. May 5, A revolutionary soldier's record before Boston and with Arnold's Quebec expedition.
See other formats Melvin Journal of the Expedition to Quebec THE LIBRARY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA LOS ANGELES GIFT OF COMMODORE BYRON MCCANDLESS.: 7 4( A JOURNAL EXPEDITION TO QUEBEC, IN THE YEARUNDEJt THE COMMAND OF COLONEL BENEDICT AltNOLD.
Henry Dearborn, (born Feb. 23,Hampton, N.H. [U.S.]—died June 6,Roxbury, Mass., U.S.), U.S. army officer, congressman, and secretary of war for whom Ft. Dearborn—whose site is located in what is now the heart of Chicago—was named. He abandoned the practice of medicine to fight in the American Revolution, fought at the Battle of Bunker Hill, and was captured during the.
Quebec, December Long Island, August Trenton, December Author: Brough. Quebec Expedition, as found in The Record of Connecticut Men in the Military and Naval Service during the War of the Revolution, Edited by Henry P.
Johnston, A.M. Under authority of The Adjutant-General of Connecticut. Article in section entitled In The Vault regarding the original Henry Dearborn journal, containing his experiences on the expedition to Quebec, that I discovered in the University Glasgow Library while researching the book Voices from a Wilderness Expedition.
"Dr. Isaac Senter and His Other Revolutionary War Journal.". March to Quebec: Journals of the Members of Arnold's Expedition cannon canoes Cap1 Capt Captain carrying place carrying-place Chaudiere Clock cold command Continental Congress crossed Dead River detachment division encamped enemy Enos expedition falls fatigue feet fire flour friends frigate garrison Gen1 guard guns Hendricks HENRY DEARBORN.
As troubles with the British increased, he organized a militia company, to which he was elected captain. His company fought at the Battle of Bunker Hill on J Dearborn accompanied Benedict Arnold's ill-fated expedition to take Quebec in the fall and winter of Along the way, the small force suffered from cold and hunger.
When the expedition finally made it to Canada, Captain Henry Dearhorn, whose company Bourget served in, even stayed at the house of a M. Sansoucy, who was described as a relative of Bourget . Of note beyond the Franco-American members of the expedition, however, is the experience of the New Englanders in Quebec.MELVIN'S JOURNAL.
This is entitled "A Journal of the Expedition to Quebec, in the yearunder the Command of Colonel Benedict Arnold." By James Melvin, a private in Captain Dearborn's company.
New York, With introductory remarks and notes by W. J. .March to Quebec: Journals of the Members of Arnold's Expedition camp Canada cannon canoes Capt Captain carrying place carrying-place Chaudiere Cloudy cold Colonel command crossed Dead River detachment division encamped enemy Enos expedition falls fatigue feet fire flour French frigate garrison Gen1 guard guns Hanchet HENRY DEARBORN hill.