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A British fusilier in revolutionary Boston

being the diary of Lieutenant Frederick Mackenzie, adjutant of the Royal Welch fusiliers, January 5-April 30, 1775, with a letter describing his voyage to America
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Statementedited by Allen French ...
ContributionsFrench, Allen, 1870-1946, ed.
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LC ClassificationsE267 .M15
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Paginationx, [1], 83 p.
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Open LibraryOL6697506M
LC Control Number27000884
OCLC/WorldCa3411153

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MACKENZIE by ALLEN FRENCH. Text extracted from opening pages of book: INTRODUCTION: IN much of the re-writing of American History which has been so general in the past few years, the main effort has been to penetrate the tradition which so heavily overlays it and by the Author: Frederick MacKenzie.

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British Fusilier in Revolutionary Boston- Diary of Lieutenant FREDERICK. MACKENZIE by ALLEN FRENCH. Text extracted from opening pages of book: INTRODUCTION: IN much of the re-writing of American History which has been so general in the past few years, the main effort has been to penetrate the tradition which so heavily overlays it and by the.

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Through the night of Apa British column marched westward from Boston, their objective to raid a Yankee store of weapons hidden in the nearby town of Concord. But unbeknownst to the column, William Dawes and Paul Revere rode out ahead, alarming the countryside along the way, sent by forgotten Revolutionary War hero Dr.

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