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Author Johnson, James M
Title Key to the Northern Country : The Hudson River Valley in the American Revolution
Imprint Albany : State University of New York Press, 2013
©2013
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Descript 1 online resource (329 pages)
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Series SUNY Series, an American Region: Studies in the Hudson Valley Ser
SUNY Series, an American Region: Studies in the Hudson Valley Ser
Note Intro -- Key to the Northern Country: The Hudson River Valley in the American Revolution -- Contents -- Illustrations -- Foreword -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- Chapter 1: The American Revolution in the Hudson Valley-An Overview -- Part I: Politics and Loyalties -- Chapter 2: A Suspected Loyalist in the Rural Hudson Valley: The Revolutionary War Experience of Roeloff Josiah Eltinge -- Chapter 3: "Can you on such principles think of quitting a Country?": Family, Faith, Law, Property, and the Loyalists of the Hudson Valley during the American Revolution -- Chapter 4: New York's Committees in the American Revolution -- Chapter 5: Robert R. Livingston, Jr.: The Reluctant Revolutionary -- Chapter 6: Skinners: Patriot "Friends" or Loyalist "Foes"? -- Chapter 7: The Central Hudson Valley and the American Revolution -- Part II: Suffrage and Society -- Chapter 8: Open to All Parties: Alexander and James Robertson, Albany Printers, 1771-1777 -- Chapter 9: Taxation and Suffrage in Revolutionary New York -- Chapter 10: The Right to Choose: Suffrage During the Revolutionary Era in Charlotte Precinct -- Chapter 11: "The women! in this place have risen in a mob": Women Rioters and the American Revolution in the Hudson River Valley -- Chapter 12: Three Officers and a Lady: The Hudson Highlands and Georgia During the Revolution -- Part III: Fortresses, Prisons, and Huts -- Chapter 13: Lewis Graham's House in Pine Plains: A Revolutionary Log Building -- Chapter 14: Revolutionary War Fleet Prison at Esopus, NY -- Chapter 15: The Flawed Works of Fort Constitution -- Part IV: Battles and Warfare -- Chapter 16: A Warm Reception in the Hudson Highlands -- Chapter 17: Civil War in Schaghticoke: A Footnote to the Revolution in Upstate New York -- Chapter 18: Interpreting the Battle for the Hudson River Valley: The Battle of Fort Montgomery
Chapter 19: Revolutionary Road: Incident on Gallows Hill -- Chapter 20: Soldier of '76: The Revolutionary War Service of a Connecticut Private in the Campaign for New York -- Chapter 21: Valcour Island: Setting the Conditions for Victory at Saratoga -- Contributors -- Index
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Johnson, James M. Key to the Northern Country : The Hudson River Valley in the American Revolution Albany : State University of New York Press,c2013 9781438448145
Subject New York (State) -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783.;Hudson River Valley (N.Y. and N.J.) -- History -- 18th century
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Alt Author Pryslopski, Christopher
Villani, Andrew
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