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Arnold"s expedition against Quebec. 1775-1776.

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Canadian Invasion, 1775-1776., United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Personal narrat
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LC ClassificationsE231 .T65
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In Septemberearly in the American Revolutionary War, Colonel Benedict Arnold led a force of 1, Continental Army troops on an expedition from Cambridge in the Province of Massachusetts Bay to the gates of Quebec expedition was part of a two-pronged invasion of the British Province of Quebec, and passed through the wilderness of what is now Maine.

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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. John Codman’s Arnold’s Expedition to Quebec is an intimately researched narrative of Benedict Arnold’s famous campaign into Canada in latewhich did not prove victorious but is still considered amazing for the sheer fact that the troops survived the journey up to its target.

This edition is specially formatted with illustrations of. Arnold's Expedition to Quebec. John Codman. Macmillan, - Canadian Invasion, - pages. 0 Reviews. Interesting Account of the Hardships and Sufferings of that Band of Heroes who traversed the Wilderness in the Campaign against Quebec in Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

Start by marking “Journal of the Expedition Against Quebec: Under Command of Col. Benedict Arnold, in. The purpose of Voices from a Wilderness Expedition is to reawaken the now silent voices of the brave men who made this historic march from Cambridge to Quebec with Benedict Arnold in It is not a chronological history of that expedition but rather proves details and new information about the lives of the men who participated and, equally Reviews: 5.

It begins September 9, at Roxbury, and closes at Quebec, January 1, The journal was printed in the Massachusetts Historical Collections, Second Series, Vol. II, WARE'S JOURNAL. This is entitled, "A Journal of a March from Cambridge on an Expedition Against Quebec," in Colonel Benedict Arnold's Detachment, Septem Thrust for Canada: The American Attempt on Quebec in – Boston: Houghton Mifflin.

ISBN Roberts, Kenneth Lewis (). March to Quebec: Journals of the Members of Arnold's Expedition. Down East Books. ISBN Rumilly, Robert ().

Histoire de Montréal (in French). Volume 2. Montreal: Fides. Benedict Arnold, a brilliant combat officer and the country's most famous traitor, led more than 1, men through the savage Maine wilderness in His objective was the capture of the fortress city of Quebec, the capital of British held Canada.

The Arnold Expedition, is one of the greatest adventure stories in American history. journal expeditionagainstquebec, ctarnold. intheyear, anintroductionandnotes, charles ll.

fr, Lefkowitz extensively researched Arnold’s expedition and made numerous trips along the same route that Arnold’s army took.

Benedict Arnold’s Army also contains a closing chapter with detailed information and maps for readers who wish to follow the expedition’s route from the coast of Maine to Quebec. arnold expedition to quebec key to companies no. from roster company 1 headquarters 2 thayer dearborn3 ward4 hubbard5 hendricks6 smith7 hanchett8 topham9 goodrich10 morgan11 mccobb12 colburn13 scott14 williams15 guides,scouts,indians16 first name last name rank co.

a adams private 9ebenezer agnew private 7edward agrey private 13david. JOURNAL OF AN EXPEDITION AGAINST QUEBEC, IN UNDER COL. BENEDICT ARNOLD. Boston: Thomas Prince; Printer, LIMITED EDITION. Original Wraps. Octavo. Item # copies only printed, frontispiece, 24pp., small illustration on last page depicting a teepee and Indians, bound in original brown printed wrappers chipped at corners, small chip to rear panel at edge, little.

A brilliant American combat officer and this country's most famous traitor, Benedict Arnold is one of the most fascinating and complicated people to emerge from American history. His contemporaries called Arnold "the American Hannibal" after he successfully led more than 1, men through the savage Maine wilderness in The objective of Arnold and his heroic corps was the fortress city of /5(2).

Senter, I.: The Journal of Isaac Senter, Physician and Surgeon to the Troops Detached From the American Army Encamped at Cambridge, Mass., on a Secret Expedition Against Quebec, Under the Command of Col.

Benedict Arnold, in SeptemberPhiladelphia: Historical Society of. Doubleday, Doran, Incorporated, - Canadian Invasion, - pages 0 Reviews Depiction of Colonel Benedict Arnold and his companions' march from Maine to Quebec for a surprise attack during the Revolutionary War.

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Click Get Books for free books. Journal Of The Expedition To Quebec. Other Info EXPEDITION TO QUEBEC. An Alphabetical Index of Benedict Arnold's Men from Expedition to Quebec. My book Voices from a Wilderness Expedition contains a list of the men by company and the sources that I used to place each name on the list.I did not have enough space in the book for this alphabetical list.

Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link) http. Arnold Expedition - Background: Following their capture of Fort Ticonderoga in MayColonels Benedict Arnold and Ethan Allen approached the Second Continental Congress with arguments in favor of invading Canada.

They felt this a prudent course as all of Quebec was held by around regulars and intelligence indicated that the French-speaking population would be.

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The journal of Isaac Senter physician and surgeon to the troops detached from the American Army encamped at Cambridge, Mass., on a secret expedition against Quebec, under the command of Col. Benedict Arnold, in September, Book/Printed Material Arnold's expedition against Quebec.

Also available in digital form. Contributor: [Tolman, Ebenezer] Date: ; Book/Printed .All about Thrust For Canada: the American Attempt on Quebec in by Robert McConnell Hatch.

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