3 edition of Sources of history of revolutionary events in New Jersey found in the catalog.
Sources of history of revolutionary events in New Jersey
|Other titles||Sources of revolutionary history.|
|Statement||by William Nelson.|
|LC Classifications||Z1238 .N45|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||12 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||12|
|LC Control Number||13016629|
Innumerable places in the United States bore witness to the events of the American Revolution—from battle sites and encampments to taverns and universities. In The American Revolution: A Historical Guidebook, Frances H. Kennedy ambitiously describes more than of these landmarks. Crossroads of the American Revolution Assoc. Inc. Barrack Street Trenton, New Jersey Phone: ()
The battles of Trenton, Princeton and Monmouth are very famous battles in New Jersey. However, Revolutionary conflict in the state continued throughout the war. For some of this littlier known battles, see the following sources. Secondary Sources Braisted, Todd. Grand Forage The Battleground around New York City, Fleming, Thomas J. Filed under: United States -- History -- Revolution, -- Sources The Papers of Alexander Hamilton (digital edition, based on the volume print edition of ; ), by Alexander Hamilton, ed. by Harold C. Syrett (HTML at Virginia).
Perhaps the book’s title may be a bit misleading as the Revolutionary War events were not limited to Warwick, N.Y. As an example, men from New Jersey served in Hathorn's militia. This database contains material from 27 volumes of early New Jersey documents from the New Jersey Archives series. Historical Background. In , the New Jersey Historical Society urged the state legislature to gather copies of documents relating to the history of the state, both in the country and those in London that dealt with the colony’s early days.
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Attendees learn about the events and people from Trenton’s history during the Revolutionary War. History is a study of the past. This includes the action of people and the occurrence of events. What sources do researchers use when writing history.
The New Jersey State Library contains original and copies of historic documents, reports, and. To view these publications you must have the Adobe Acrobat reader, which can be downloaded at no charge from Adobe’s website.
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. In addition to the basic sources for Hunterdon County history and genealogy, there are many sources on New Jersey history that are relevant to research for Hunterdon County.
Some might find this list a little peculiar. It is a personal list of favorites, not meant to be definitive. I will be adding to this list as time goes on. Barbara J. Mitnick, editor of New Jersey in the American Revolution, received her Ph.D.
in American painting, sculpture and architectural history from Rutgers is an art historian and adjunct professor of American history painting at Drew University in Madison, New Jersey/5(2). Archives Documents, Manuscripts, Maps, & Photographs.
Manuscript GroupNew Jersey State Troops. Military record book, (Bulk date: ), linear feet / 1 volume. Documents Relating to the Revolutionary History of the State of New Jersey, Volume 1 Documents Relating to the Revolutionary History of the State of New Jersey, New Jersey Historical Society: Contributor: New Jersey Historical Society: Publisher: John L.
Murphy Publishing Company, Original from: Harvard University: Digitized: The New Jersey State Troops were a separate entity organized and financed by the New Jersey State Assembly for the defense of the boundaries of the state.
During the period of time covered early in this volume, Captain John Craig’s Company of the New Jersey State Troops left their camp in Dobbs Ferry, New York crossed the border and by. 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 more.9/ New Jersey: A History of the Garden State presents a fresh, comprehensive overview of New Jersey’s history from the prehistoric era to the present.
The findings of archaeologists, political, social, and economic historians provide a new look at how the Garden State has state has a rich Native American heritage and complex colonial history. Title varies: v., Documents relating to the colonial history of the State of New Jersey; v.
34,Documents relating to the colonial. The island of Jersey and the other Channel Islands represent the last remnants of the medieval Duchy of Normandy that held sway in both France and England.
Jersey lies in the Bay of Mont Saint-Michel and is the largest of the Channel Islands. It has enjoyed self-government since the division of the Duchy of Normandy in the State of New Jersey, at the request of the New Jersey Historical Society, and under the direction of the follow- ing Committee of the Society: WILLIAM NELSON, GARRET D.
VROOM, WILLIAM S. STRYKBB, AUSTIN SCOTT, EDMUND D. HALSEY, FRANCIS B. LEE, ERNEST C. RICHARDSON. ^ DOCUMENTS RELATING TO THE REVOLUTIONARY HISTORY STATE OF NEW JERSEY. Vol. 34, Documents relating to the colonial and revolutionary history of the State of New Jersey.
Vol. Documents relating to the colonial, revolutionary and post-revolutionary history of the State of New Jersey Running title, Vols.,Extracts from American newspapers relating to New Jersey, The Gitenstein Library e-books listed below merely scratch the surface of what is available.
This canned search of the library's new discovery service, for example, reveals nearly primary source e-books, most accessible from the HathiTrust Digital Library.
Keep in mind that the Women's History and Periodicals tabs of this page reveal additional online primary : David C. Murray. New Jersey played a central and crucial role in the events of the Revolutionary War. Throughout the state, we are surrounded by links to that history.
George Washington spent more time in New Jersey than anywhere else during the Revolutionary War. This Timeline lists some of the Revolutionary War Era events associated with the New Jersey historic sites described throughout this website.
Follow the links in the listings for more information about the events mentioned. / Pre-War Years. “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.”.
A Quaker widow in New Jersey, Margaret Hill Morris found herself in the center of war in late as Washington's defeated army was pursued by the British. As winter approached, the British opted to return to New York while their Hessian (German) troops encamped in New.
The history of Sussex County, New Jersey spans o years from the time Paleo Indians arrived after the Wisconsin glacier melted to the present day, and the entire width of the American experience.
Before Europeans arrived, the area was a wilderness with large areas of forests and grasslands inhabited by bands of Munsee, a subgroup within the Lenape, or Delaware Indians. reestablish an American presence in New Jersey, which had been completely under British control, and rally at least some degree of public support for the patriot cause, encourage re-enlistments, and restore confidence in Washington’s leadership.
Two excellent sources on these events are a book by David Hackett Fischer, Washington’s. Revolutionaries: A New History of the Invention of America - Kindle edition by N. Rakove, Jack.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Revolutionaries: A New History of the Invention of by: Filed under: New Jersey -- History -- Revolution, Battles and Skirmishes of the American Revolution in New Jersey (c), by David C.
Munn (PDF files at ) Filed under: New Jersey -- History -- Revolution, -- Sources.The site contains The Erskine-DeWitt Maps, which include field sketches and finished maps of projected battle sites in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania, the Papers of William Alexander, “Lord Stirling”and broadsides that document the American Revolution and the tumultuous events leading up to it.