2 edition of New Jersey in the Revolution found in the catalog.
New Jersey in the Revolution
Oral Sumner Coad
by New Brunswick Historical Club, Distributed by the Special Collections Dept., Rutgers University Library in [New Brunswick]
Written in English
|Statement||by Oral S. Coad.|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 89/02637 (Z)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||39 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||39|
|LC Control Number||89827814|
The last major battle to take place in New Jersey during the Revolutionary War (and for the rest of the history of New Jersey) was the Battle of Springfield. Baron von Knyphausen, the Hessian general, hoped to invade New Jersey and expected support from colonists of New Jersey . Journal of the American Revolution is the leading source of knowledge about the American Revolution and Founding Era. We feature smart, groundbreaking research and well-written narratives from expert writers. Our work has been featured by the New York Times, TIME magazine, History Channel, Discovery Channel, Smithsonian, Mental Floss, NPR, and : Michael Schellhammer.
Battles were fought in many colonies during the American Revolution, but New Jersey was home to more sustained and intense fighting over a longer period of time. The nine essays in The American Revolution in New Jersey, depict the many challenges New Jersey residents faced at the intersection of the front lines and the home front/5. “Revolutionary New Jersey is well-researched, utilizing numerous valuable primary sources. It covers many locales in New Jersey associated with the war, telling of local landmarks and overlooked stories from our past. This book is a must-have for any Revolutionary War or New Jersey historian.”.
Battles were fought in many colonies during the American Revolution, but New Jersey was home to more sustained and intense fighting over a longer period of time. The nine essays in The American Revolution in New Jersey, depict the many challenges New Jersey residents faced at the intersection of the front lines and the home front. Unlike other colonies, New Jersey had significant economic. Experiencing the American Revolution in New Jersey. New Jersey is often called the Crossroads of the American Revolution because so many of its events took place here. New Jersey was under constant threat of attack from the British army that occupied New York City throughout the war and it was also the scene of a civil war among its citizens.
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This is the complete account of New Jersey's important role in the American Revolutionary War, as only the accomplished novelist and historian Alfred Hoyt Bill could tell it. Not only does he survey the major military developments, but he also covers the social and economic effects of the war in New by: 1.
Mayers' new book, Revolutionary New Jersey, describes places that are so close to home - literally in our backyards. He relates long ago battlefields, marches and lookouts to present roads and places, where we see homes, coffee shops and suburban crawl/5(16).
However, this book is dense with important information regarding New Jersey's place as "cock pit" for the Revolutionary War operations. As far as I can tell, there is no other place to get this much information on New Jersey during this period/5(2).
The reader is presented with a picture of life in New Jersey both separate from as well as connected to the fight for American independence and the establishment of the and significant.
This is the complete account of New Jersey's important role in the American Revolutionary War, as only the accomplished novelist and historian Alfred Hoyt Bill could tell it. Not only does he 3/5(1). New Jersey’s Revolutionary New Jersey in the Revolution book Battles and Skirmishes of the American Revolution A series of twenty-eight now out-of-print pamphlets published by the New Jersey Historical Commission to commemorate the Bicentennial of the American Revolution.
Product details Series: American Legends Paperback: pages Publisher: The History Press (Novem ) Language: English ISBN ISBN Product Dimensions: 6 x x 9 inches Shipping Weight: ounces (View shipping rates and policies) Customer Reviews: /5(4). New Jersey’s Revolutionary experience is not one of glory and easy triumph.
It is an authentic experience represented by significant victories and small tragedies; of heroism on the battlefield and conflict in communities across the state. For an accounting of New Jersey soldiers in the Revolution, their recruitment, and attitudes see The New Jersey Soldier by Mark E.
Lender, one the the New Jersey Historical Commission’s New Jersey’s Revolutionary Experience pamphlets. Click here to go to “Officers and Men of New Jersey in the Revolutionary War”.
New Jersey in the American Revolution, A Documentary History edited by Larry R. Gerlach and published by the New Jersey Historical Commission is a compilation of primary sources relating to the American Revolution in New Jersey. The Family History Library has the DAR book Graves of Revolutionary Soldiers in New Jersey, typescript, not dated.
(Family History Library film ). Additional, more comprehensive indexes are described in United States Military Records and United States Cemeteries. Loyalists. The New Jersey Volunteers was the largest Loyalist regiment in.
Product details Paperback: pages Publisher: Revolutionary Imprints ( ) Language: English ISBN ISBN Product Dimensions: 6 x x 9 inches Shipping Weight: ounces (View shipping rates and policies) Customer Reviews: 5/5(2).
When the New Jersey Provincial Congress voted on J to arrest the royal governor William Franklin, Taylor opposed this revolutionary act.
Ten days later, Taylor was one of twenty-six citizens whose arrest was ordered by the New Jersey Provincial. The New Jersey Volunteers: Loyalists In The Revolutionary War [Stryker, William S] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The New Jersey Volunteers: Loyalists In The Revolutionary War/5(3). See timeline of the American Revolution. - - - Books You May Like Include: Iron in the Pines: The Story of New Jersey's Ghost Towns and Bog Iron by Arthur D.
Pierce. Deep in the heart of southern New Jersey lies an area of s acres of sprawling wilderness. This is the complete account of New Jersey's important role in tile American Revolutionary War, as only the accomplished novelist and historian Alfred Hoyt Bill could tell it. Not only does he survey the major military developments, but he also covers the social and economic effects or the war in New Jersey/5.
The 1st New Jersey Regiment was the first organized militia regiment in New Jersey, formed in in Piscataway "to repel foreign Indians who come down from upper Pennsylvania and western New York (in the summer) to our shores and fill (themselves) with fishes and clams and on the way back make a general nuisance of themselves by burning hay stacks, corn fodder and even barns."Branch: British Army, Continental Army.
Woodbridge, the oldest original township in New Jersey, celebrates years of history. Book review by Kate Knowles-Brindle WITNESS TO HISTORY THE CUTTER FARM IN FORDS, NEW JERSEY By Donald Johnstone Peck I had. Index to Stryker's Register of New Jersey in the Revolution New Jersey Historical Records Survey Here is the crucial tool for finding a veteran from amongst those named in William S.
Stryker's page Official Register of the Officers and Men of New Jersey in the Revolutionary War. Trenton was, however, much more than that. It was an active and lively town at the center of the American Revolution in New Jersey.
Through his lively writing bolstered by assiduous research, Kidder tells the stories of Whigs, Loyalists, slaves, Britons, Hessians, and others who helped make Trenton a crossroads of the American ed on: Ma.
"In the case of New Jersey during the Revolution, boundaries between social, economic, political, and military history were (and are) wholly artificial.
Gigantino’s authors address different questions, but each convincingly demonstrates that the stories of the home and fighting fronts, in all their various facets, were part of the same narrative/5(5). An excellent collection of essays centered around the state of New Jersey's role in the American Revolution.
Written by a coterie of academic luminaries, the book does read a bit like a textbook but also manages to make 18th century New Jersey come alive/5.Revolutionary Census of New Jersey: An Index, Based on Ratables, of the Inhabitants of New Jersey During the Period of the American Revolution Kenn Stryker-Rodda Polyanthos, - New Jersey - .