Col. James Scamman"s 30th Regiment of Foot, 1775
Publisher: Thurston Print in Portland
Written in English
- United States -- Army -- Regimental histories -- Massachusetts Infantry. 30th Regt.,
- United States -- Army -- Regimental histories -- Massachusetts Infantry. Moulton"s Company,
- United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783.
At head of title: Sons of the American Revolution. Maine Society.
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Col. James Scamman"s 30th Regiment of Foot, 1775 by Nathan Goold Download PDF EPUB FB2
Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Goold, Nathan, Colonel James Scamman's 30th regiment of foot, Portland, Me., Press. HISTORY OF Col. James Scamman's Thirtieth Regiment of Foot EIGHT MONTHS' SERVICE MEN Col.
James Scammans 30th Regiment of Foot COUNTY WITH A FULL ACCOUNT OF THEIR MOVEMENTS DURING THE BATTLE OF BUNKER HILL AND COMPLETE MUSTER ROLLS OF THE COMPANIES BY NATHAN GOOLD Author of Col. Edmund Phinney's 31st Regiment of Foot,and i8th Continental. Get this from a library. History of Col.
James Scamman's Thirtieth regiment of foot: eight months' service men of from York County ; with a full account of their movements during the battle of Bunker Hill and complete muster rolls of the companies.
[Nathan Goold]. By Nathan Goold. Email to friends Share on Facebook - opens in a new window or tab Share on Twitter - opens in a new window or tab Share on Pinterest - opens in a new window or tabSeller Rating: % positive. J. BELL is a Massachusetts writer who specializes in (among other things) the start of the American Revolution in and around Boston.
He is particularly interested in the experiences of children in He has published scholarly papers and popular articles for both children and adults. Capt. Philip Hubbard was commissioned June 2,in Col. Scamman’s regiment, and the commission is still in existence. His Continental Army commission was signed by John Hancock.
Besides that service, he was the captain of a seacoast company at Kittery Point and York in Philip Hubbard was commissioned June 2,in Col. Scamman’s regiment, and the commission is still in existence. His Continental Army commission was signed by John Hancock. Besides that service, he was the captain of a seacoast company at Kittery Point and York in Full text of "Collections of the Maine historical society" See other formats.
The preparation of a History of Charlestown—the occupation of leisure hours—led to large collections relative to the military events which occurred in the neighborhood of Boston at the commencement of the war of the revolution; but as a full account of them did not appropriately belong to so local a publication, and as no work had been issued containing a narrative, in much detail, of.
The siege proper is of striking military interest, for its hostilities begin by the repulse of an armed expedition into a community of farmers, continue with a pitched battle between regular troops and a militia, produce a general of commanding abilities, and end with a strategic move of great skill and daring.
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