8 edition of Account of Arnold"s campaign against Quebec found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Campaigns against Quebec|
|Statement||by John Joseph Henry.|
|LC Classifications||E231 .H535|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 198 p. :|
|Number of Pages||198|
|LC Control Number||07040114|
Kenneth Roberts did us all a favor with his "March To Quebec" while writing Arundel, a fictional account of the campaign, which included almost all of the known and important journals by members of Arnold's expedition. Desjardin could almost have written his book from this single source, and in fact his end notes reference Roberts extensively.1/5(1). According to the best information available to Washington, the British had only one company at Quebec but could draw on an additional 1, troops from Montreal and other forts. Washington was afraid that even the weak force under General Sir Guy Carleton’s leadership might prevail against a Schuyler-Montgomery attack.
By the complete detachment of Vermont from the rebel interest, and the reduction of the Highland forts early in the spring, much may be expected in the next campaign; especially since the New Yorkers in general, and a very great proportion of the country between them and the Connecticut River, are known to be very favorably inclined to the reunion. The History of Canada: Canada under British rule. William Kingsford Great Britain declares war against. assailed attack attempt baggage bateaux Baum Beaumarchais Bennington Breyman Britain British Brunswick Burgoyne Burgoyne's camp campaign Canada Canadians captain Carleton carried cause of congress Chambly Clinton colonel column.
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Account of Arnold's campaign against Quebec: and of the hardships and sufferings of that band of heroes who traversed the wilderness of Maine from Cambridge to the St.
Lawrence, in the autumn of [John Joseph Henry]. 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.
ACCOUNT OF ARNOLD'S CAMPAIGN AGAINST QUEBEC (and of the Hardships and Sufferings of that Band of Heroes who Traversed the Wilderness of Maine from Cambridge to the St. Lawrence, in the Autumn of ), by John Joseph Henry (One of the Survivors)- The Scholar's Bookshelf, Cranbury, New Jersey- Reprint Edition (First published in '')- Binding Seller Rating: % positive.
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The epic campaign is the subject of Benedict Arnold's Army, a fascinating campaign to bring Canada into the war as the 14th colony.
The initiative for the assault came from George Washington who learned that a fast moving detachment could surprise Quebec by following a chain of rivers and lakes through the Maine wilderness/5(2). Full text of "Account of Arnold's campaign against Quebec" See other formats.
[ digital copy] Published in account of arnolds campaign against quebec microform and of the hardships and sufferings of that band of heroes who traversed the wilderness of Maine from cambridge to the st lawrence in the autumn of [ digital copy] Published in east Maine conference seminary war record.
Through a Howling Wilderness s is a straightforward account of the invasion of Canada conducted by the forces of the American Revolution. This was a multi-front assault on the city of Quebec and this book details Benedicts Arnold assault through the wilderness of Maine/5.
Campaign Against Quebec Being an Accurate and Interesting Account of the Hardships and Sufferings of That Band of Heroes Who Traversed the Wilderness by the Route of the Kennebec and Chaudiere River to Quebec, in the Year by John Joseph Henry.
The war ended with effective American victory in October after Yorktown, followed by formal British abandonment of any claims to the United States with the Treaty of Paris in John Codmans Arnolds Expedition to Quebec is an intimately researched narrative of Benedict Arnolds famous campaign into Canada in latewhich did not prove Brand: Charles River Editors.
Arnold's March From Cambridge to Quebec: A Critical Study: Together with a Reprint of Arnold's Journal. Author: Smith, Justin H. Title: Arnold's March From Cambridge to Quebec: A Critical Study: Together with a Reprint of Arnold's Journal Illustrator: Illustrated by Maps and plans Publication: New York: G P Putnam's Sons, Edition: First Edition; First PrintingBinding: Seller Rating: % positive.
The Battle of Quebec (French: Bataille de Québec) was fought on Decembetween American Continental Army forces and the British defenders of Quebec City early in the American Revolutionary battle was the first major defeat of the war for the Americans, and it came with heavy losses.
General Richard Montgomery was killed, Benedict Arnold was wounded, Location: Quebec City, Province of Quebec (present. An accurate and interesting account of the hardships and sufferings of that band of heroes, who traversed the wilderness in the campaign against Quebec inLancaster: William Greer, Hill, George Benedict Arnold: A Biography, Boston: E.O.
Libby & Co. The same. - Third edition. "Account of Arnold's Campaign against Quebec and of the Hardships and Sufferings of that Band of Heroes, who Traversed the Wilderness of Maine from Cambridge to the St.
Lawrence in the Autumn of " By John Joseph Henry, one of the survivors. Albany. Joel Munsell, Arundel By Kenneth Roberts () Roberts’s first novel, Arundel, was published in January of Arundel is a beautifully written book on the American Revolution.
It took Roberts 52 months to write his page epic about the heroic colonials who followed Benedict Arnold up the Kennebec River in leaky bateaux, trekked across the Height of Land and lost. Society a copy of "Arnold's Campaign against Quebec - Eyewitness Accounts of the American Revolution.
This is a reprint of John Joseph Henry's Account, published by Joel Munsell in by the Arno Press inand contains various footnotes, an interesting "Preliminary and Appendix and an Index. On the flyleaf of this reprint, Mr. Getchell. Benedict Arnold (Janu [O.S.
January 3, ] – J ) was an American military officer who served as a general during the American Revolutionary War, fighting for the American Continental Army before defecting to the British in George Washington had given him his fullest trust and placed him in command of the fortifications at West Point, New : Boot Monument.
The epic campaign is the subject of Benedict Arnold's Army, a fascinating campaign to bring Canada into the war as the 14th colony. The initiative for the assault came from George Washington who learned that a fast moving detachment could surprise Quebec by following a chain of rivers and lakes through the Maine wilderness/5(9).Kenneth Roberts did us all a favor with his "March To Quebec" while writing Arundel, a fictional account of the campaign, which included almost all of the known and important journals by members of Arnold's expedition.
Desjardin could almost have written his book from this single source, and in fact his end notes reference Roberts extensively/5(29).