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Encyclopedia of Continental Army units--battalions, regiments, and independent corps.

by Fred Anderson Berg

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Published by Stackpole Books in [Harrisburg, Pa.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. Continental Army -- Directories

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 156-157.

    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE259 .B47
    The Physical Object
    Pagination160 p.
    Number of Pages160
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5693203M
    ISBN 100811705447
    LC Control Number70038505
    OCLC/WorldCa206734

    This is a great book for genealogical (also historical) research of ancestors serving as officers in the Continental Army. This book also complements information with another book I use for research: Encyclopedia of Continental Army Units: Battalions, Regiments and Independent Corps by Fred Anderson Berg. An excellent combination.   Encyclopedia of Continental Army Units: Battalions, Regiments and Independent Corps Fred Anderson Berg. out of 5 stars 8. Hardcover. $ Encyclopedia of Continental Army Units: Battalions, Regiments and Independent Corps by Fred Anderson Berg ()Reviews: 1.

      Historical register of officers of the continental army during the war of the revolution, April, , to December, [Heitman, Francis B. ] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Historical register of officers of the continental army during the war of the revolution, April, , to December, To link to the entire object, paste this link in email, IM or document To embed the entire object, paste this HTML in website To link to this page, paste this link in email, IM or document To embed this page, paste this HTML in website.

    Unit name/number: 2nd New Hampshire Regiment, Continental Army Recordkeeper: William Mordaunt Bell Call Number: Ms. N No. of frames: Approx. 80 Connecticut regiments Connecticut Continental Army regiments 1st Connecticut Regiment, Continental Army IV Orderly book, West Point, 4 January February 2d Pennsylvania Regiment. The Regiment was authorized on Octo in the Continental Army as the 1st Pennsylvania Battalion. and assigned to the Main Continental Army.; Organized between October Novem at Philadelphia to consist of 8 companies from Philadelphia, Philadelphia City, Northampton, Berks and Bucks Counties.


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Encyclopedia of Continental Army units--battalions, regiments, and independent corps by Fred Anderson Berg Download PDF EPUB FB2

Encyclopedia of Continental Army Units: Battalions, Regiments, and Independent Corps. Fred Anderson Berg. Stackpole Books, Pages. This is an odd book which I had on loan from the local library system. When it arrived it was much thinner than I expected it to be. Also it is an alphabetical encyclopedia just as the title indicates/5(8).

Encyclopedia of Continental Army Units: Battalions, Regiments, and Independent Corps. Fred Anderson Berg. Stackpole Books, Pages.

This is an odd book which I had on loan from the local library system. When it arrived it was much thinner than I expected it to be. Also it is an alphabetical encyclopedia just as the title indicates/5.

- Encyclopedia of Continental Army Units: Battalions, Regiments, and Independent Corps. Fred Anderson Berg (Author) Stackpole Books, Pages.

This is an odd book which I had on loan from the local library system. When it arrived it was much thinner than I expected it to be/5.

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[Fred Anderson Berg]. Encyclopedia of Continental Army Units--battalions, Regiments, and Independent Corps. actually Additional Continental Regiment American artificers Artillery Company August authorized Book Brigade called campaign Captain Charles Charleston Colonel James Colonel John Colonel William COMMANDER Connecticut Regiments, and Independent Corps.

Hardcover. Condition: Good. Encyclopedia of Continental Army Units, Battalions,Regiments and Independent Corps by Fred Anderson Berg, Published by Stackpole Books, Printed in the U.S.A., Hardback, has some fading to covers and spine, All pages appear present, Pages are starting to yellow, Seller Inventory # ABE Title / Author Type Language Date / Edition Publication; 1.

Encyclopedia of Continental Army units: battalions, regiments, and independent corps: 1. The Continental Army was the national army of first the Thirteen Colonies, and then the independent United States, during the American Revolutionary War, established by a resolution of the Congress on Jthree days before the Battle of Bunker Hill, where it saw its first action under that Continental Congress took a number of steps in the spring of to create the.

Second establishment. The Continental Army was established by the Continental Congress on Jwhich is also recognized as the founding date of its successor, the United States that day, the Continental Congress assumed responsibility for militia regiments that had been raised by the colonies of New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut.

Encyclopedia of Continental Army units--battalions, regiments, and independent corps by Fred Anderson Berg; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: United States, Directories, United States. Continental Army. Encyclopedia of Continental Army Units by Berg, Fred.

Harrisburg, PA: Stackpole Books, pp. Battalions, Regiments and Independent Corps. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. References on the organization, officer corps and operations of the Continental Army. Berg, Fred Anderson. Encyclopedia of Continental Army Units--Battalions, Regiments, and Independent Corps.

Harrisburg, Pa.: Stackpole Books, Berg's work provides an overview of the organization of the Continental Army. It provides a brief overview of the Army's organizaiton history with estimates. History. On Jless than ten weeks after the Battles of Lexington and Concord, the Continental Congress voted to support 1, Continental troops in North force was organized in September of that year as two regiments of men each.

Not all Continental infantry regiments raised in a state were part of a state quota, however. Plans to "regiment" these units were never carried out, and an effort to form a regiment of both artillery and quartermaster artificers in also failed.

SEE ALSO Baldwin, Jeduthan; Flower, Benjamin. BIBLIOGRAPHY. Berg, Fred Anderson. Encyclopedia of Continental Army Units: Battalions, Regiment, and Independent Corps.

Harrisburg, Penn. Encyclopedia of Continental Army Units, Battalions, Regiments, and Independent Corps. Harrisburg, Pennsylvania: Stackpole Books, (FHL book M2be.) Provides a brief organizational sketch of each unit in the Continental Army and lists the commanding officers.

Wright, Robert K. The Continental Army. Jackson's RegimentJACKSON'S REGIMENT. Henry Jackson of Massachusetts was appointed to command one of the sixteen "Additional Continental Regiments" authorized by Congress on 12 January as part of the army it wanted to raise for three years of service (or the duration of the war).

Organized in the spring and summer of at Boston, the regiment consisted of seven companies. The Continental Army was the army raised by the Second Continental Congress to oppose the British Army during the American Revolutionary army went through three major establishments: the first inthe second inand the third from until after the end of the war.

The Continental Army of was a result of several critical reforms and political decisions that came about. 1st American Regiment, also known as Jackson's Continental Regiment of –, was the last unit in the Continental Army, retained after the close of the American Revolutionary War. This regiment, under the command of Colonel Henry Jackson of Massachusetts, was not the same unit as Jackson's Additional Continental Regiment ofwhich had become the 16th Massachusetts Regiment in.

Encyclopedia of Continental Army Units. Battalions, Regiments and Independent Corps" by Fred Anderson Berg,page 97> Is there another source that could be used to find out where the 7th started, who were it's commanders and when it was disbanded.

Berg gives no indication that the 7th merged with any other regiment or battalion at the end of. Click to read more about Encyclopedia of Continental Army Units: Battalions, Regiments and Independent Corps by Fred Anderson Berg.

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