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Orderly book of Alexander McDougall's Division, 1777, October 26 - Nov. 11, Whitpain, Pa., Whitemarsh, Pa
McDougall, Alexander, 1732-1786, author
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Huntington Library
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Orderly book of McDougall's division. The title page reads: "Orderly Book No. 7 from October 26 1777 to November 27 1777."
In October 177, Alexander McDougall was appointed Major General and was put in command of a division consisting of seven Connecticut and Massachusetts regiments. In the late fall of 1777, McDougall's division attempted to prevent a British advance southwest of Philadelphia.
77 leaves, 21 cm, bound volume.
mssHM 696
McDougall, Alexander, 1732-1786--Archives
United States. Continental Army--Archives
United States. Continental Army--History--Sources
Generals--United States--Archives
Philadelphia Campaign, 1777-1778--Sources
Pennsylvania--History--Revolution, 1775-1783--Sources
United States--History--Revolution, 1775-1783--Sources
United States--History--Revolution, 1775-1783--American forces--Sources
Military records United States Revolution, 1775-1783. (aat)
Orderly books United States Revolution, 1775-1783. (aat)
Orderly Books of the American Revolution.
Manuscripts, Huntington Digital Library

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