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Reflections of rebellion : hours with the living men and women of the Revolution /

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  • ISBN: 1596290307
  • ISBN: 9781596290303
  • Physical Description: 158 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Edition: Second printing.
  • Publisher: Charleston, South Carolina : History Press, 2007.

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General Note: Originally published as: Hours with the living men and women of the Revolution. 1889.
Bibliography, etc. Note: "Other books by Benson J. Lossing": pages 153-158.
Formatted Contents Note: The fifer at Lexington -- Independence and the great seal -- The fair courier -- A lady of three manors -- Montcalm's errand-boy -- The patriotic widow of the Congaree -- The cicerone at Ticonderoga -- The child captive of Wyoming -- The last of Sumter's men -- Flora Macdonald -- The last survivor of Washington's life guard -- "Mother Bailey," and two wars for independence -- Headquarters at Morristown -- The last surviving belle of the Revolution -- Doctor Franklin's errand-boy -- Washington's last surviving bondwoman -- Twin sisters of Croton -- A surgeon of the continental army -- The rescued baby -- The spy of neutral ground -- An artist's reminiscences-the last battle of the Revolution.
Subject: United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Biography
United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Personal narratives
United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Anecdotes

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Reflections of Rebellion : Hours with the Living Men and Women of the Revolution
Reflections of Rebellion : Hours with the Living Men and Women of the Revolution
by Scoggins, Michael C. (Introduction by); Lossing, Benson John
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Reflections of Rebellion : Hours with the Living Men and Women of the Revolution

SectionSection DescriptionPage Number
Introduction   Michael C. Scogginsp. 7
Prefacep. 13
A Pilgrimage
Chapter IThe Fifer at Lexingtonp. 17
Chapter IIIndependence and the Great Sealp. 23
Chapter IIIThe Fair Courierp. 29
Chapter IVA Lady of Three Manorsp. 33
Chapter VMontcalm's Errand-Boyp. 41
Chapter VIThe Patriotic Widow of the Congareep. 47
Chapter VIIThe Cicerone at Ticonderogap. 53
Chapter VIIIThe Child Captive of Wyomingp. 59
Chapter IXThe Last of Sumter's Menp. 65
Chapter XFlora Macdonaldp. 69
Chapter XIThe Last Survivor of Washington's Life Guardp. 75
Chapter XII"Mother Bailey," and Two Wars for Independencep. 81
Chapter XIIIHeadquarters at Morristownp. 87
Chapter XIVThe Last Surviving Belle of the Revolutionp. 93
Chapter XVDoctor Franklin's Errand-Boyp. 99
Chapter XVIWashington's Last Surviving Bondwomanp. 105
Chapter XVIITwin Sisters of Crotonp. 111
Chapter XVIIIA Surgeon of the Continental Armyp. 117
Chapter XIXThe Rescued Babyp. 123
Chapter XXThe Spy of the Neutral Groundp. 129
Chapter XXIAn Artist's Reminiscences-The Last Battle of the Revolutionp. 137
Endnotesp. 143
Other Books by Benson J. Lossingp. 153
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