speech delivered at Bennington, on the anniversary of the 16th of August, 1777.
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speech delivered at Bennington, on the anniversary of the 16th of August, 1777. by Noah Smith

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Published in Hartford: Printed by Watson and Goodwin .
Written in English


  • Bennington, Battle of, N.Y., 1777

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Evans 16525

ContributionsAmerican Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
LC ClassificationsE241.B4 S6
The Physical Object
Pagination8 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6912868M
LC Control Number02003004

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Scale ,; 1/2 mile to an inch. Manuscript: Pen-and-ink (brown) on tracing paper. "Map 5" in different hand and ink. "Traced from Sparks papers, Harvard Libr., vol. 28, by J[ohn] B[igelow] Jr." The greater part of the Battle of Bennington took place in Rensselaer County (N.Y. State) to the west of Bennington (Vt.) and a smaller part in the state of Vermont immediately northwest of. Book/Printed Material "" Sixteenth of August. Reception of the cannon taken in Bennington Battle. We have been informed that the cannon taken near Bennington from the Germans, 16th August, , have been forwarded to the United States Arsenal near Troy, N. Y., a. Bennington, Vermont A record of the celebration, held at Bennington, August , , in honor of the one hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the battle of Bennington and the one hundred and fiftieth year of the separate existence of the state of Vermont. [Vermont.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Full text of "The Dedication of the Bennington Battle Monument, and Celebration of the Hundredth Anniversary " See other formats.

Full text of "The dedication of the Bennington Battle Monument, and celebration of the hundredth anniversary of the admission of Vermont as a state, at Bennington, Aug A. D., , with an historic introduction and appendices" See other formats. An oration pronounced at Bennington, Aug , in commemoration of the Battle of Bennington, fought Aug [electronic resource] / by Samuel B. Young Book Bib ID. Contemporary remarks on the Battle of Bennington Aug transcribed by James P. Millard from Hadden's Journal and Orderly Books: A Journal Kept in Canada and Upon Burgoyne's Campaign in and , by Lieut. James M. Hadden, Roy. The day was recalled as the anniversary of the murdering assult on the Revolutionary patriots by the British at Lexington. THE BATTLE OF BENNINGTON. AUG BY HON HILAND HALL. who together achieved the victory of the 16th of August a monument which is to have its found­ation on the site of the old store-house which was.

  Today is John Stark Day in New Hampshire, honoring the Revolutionary soldier who wrote in , "Live Free or Die!" Stark didn't originate the saying, and let us be the first to explain it. I hope the New Hampshire newspapers pick up the story. Haswell, Anthony - Booklet - Funeral Sermon Delivered at the Burial of William Padelford of Savoy, Massachusetts, who died March 25th, , age Written by Elder George Witherill of Adams, Massachusetts. The booklet was printed in Bennington, Vermont, by Anthony Haswell. The 24 page book is paper bound with a protective cover sewn on. BENNINGTON, Aug The 16th of August has ever since the bat­tle been a holiday in Bennington and its vicinity, being usually observed in a similar manner with that of the fourth of July in other parts of the country. The first Anniversary day in , was celebrated with appro­priate patriotic demonstrations, an oration being. During Bennington Arts Weekend (August ), models who posed for Norman Rockwell while he lived in Arlington, Vermont () will gather at the Bennington Museum for their annual reunion. Taking place on Saturday, August 2, this event is free to all Bennington County residents and open to the general public with regular admission.