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Isaac Burnham His Book Drawn for the use of Capt. Emersons Company to keep account of arms ammunition clothing & camp equipage that may be Drawn in the 5th company 10th Massachusetts Regiment Commanded by Benjamin Tupper Esquire, 1782, Aug. 8
Burnham, Isaac, active 1782, author
United States. Continental Army. Massachusetts Infantry Regiment, 10th (1776-1783). Co. 5
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Huntington Library
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Accounts for clothing, arms, ammunition, etc.. for the entire company commanded by Capt. Nehemiah Emerson and each man, including "David Negro."
The Tenth Massachusetts Regiment, authorized on Sep. 16, 1776, had been attached to the Highland and Northern Departments. It was disbanded on Nov. 15, 1783 at West Point, N.Y. Benjamin Tupper commanded the regiment from Jan. 1, 1781 to Jan. 1, 1782.
93 pages 19 cm., bound volume.
mssHM 697
Burnham, Isaac, fl. 1782
Tupper, Benjamin, 1738-1792
Emerson, Nehemiah, 1750-1832
United States. Continental Army. Massachusetts Infantry Regiment, 10th (1776-1783)--Archives
African American soldiers--Massachusetts--History--Revolution, 1775-1783--Sources
Massachusetts--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 of the American Revolution.
Manuscripts, Huntington Digital Library

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