2 edition of Revolutionary orders of General Washington found in the catalog.
Revolutionary orders of General Washington
United States. Continental Army.
|Statement||and edited by... Henry Whiting.|
|Contributions||Washington, George, 1732-1799., Whiting, John, 1760-1810., Whiting, Henry, 1788-1851.|
|LC Classifications||E230 .U59|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, -255 p.|
|Number of Pages||255|
|LC Control Number||16009247|
Washington’s Immortals is gripping boots-on-the-ground history that will transport readers to the bloodiest battles and darkest days of the Revolutionary War in the company of men whose extraordinary sacrifices, endurance of unimaginable hardship, and valiant fighting helped make the difference between defeat and victory.5/5(3). General Putnam’s Orders, Dec. 18, “Lieut. Col. Bulter of Wylly’s Regiment is promoted to the command of the 2nd Company Battalion and is to be obeyed as such. Colonel Meigs is appointed Inspector of the Division and to do the duty of Adj. General for the same until further orders.
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This guide describes a microfilm edition of Revolutionary War orderly books taken from manuscript collections at the Mass. Historical Society. The microfilm contains approx. 45 books, including orders for the Continental Army, most by Mass. regiments, state militias, and a few by the British army. General Washington's orders concern. Man of destiny and hands-on commander, this is the Washington revealed in the extraordinary collection of letters written, and general orders issued, during the Revolutionary War, and assembled—with excellent context-setting notes, and the original spelling and style—in This Glorious Struggle, by University of Virginia professor Edward G Brand: HarperCollins Publishers.
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Revolutionary orders of General Washington, issued during the years'80, '81, & '82, selected from the mss. of John Whiting. [George Washington; John Whiting; Henry Whiting; United States. Continental Army.]. The material presented in the Revolutionary War Era Orderly Books from the New-York Historical Society collection include orders from generals such as George Washington and other higher ranking officers to their many commanders, lieutenants, and captains to execute various military actions.
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When Parsons was promoted to brigadier general in AugustTyler succeeded him as colonel of the 10th Regiment (see GW to the Board of War, 29 July, and General Orders, 12 Aug.). Tyler resigned his Continental commission at the end of and returned home to serve as a brigadier general of Connecticut militia.
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During a period without photocopiers or even pens other than goose quills, the daily process of orderly book maintenance was quite a logistical accomplishment. General orders for the day originating at Washington’s headquarters were transferred by the officer filling the rotating position of “major general of the day” to the adjutant general.
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