An Account of the British Expedition Above the Highlands of the Hudson River, and of The Events Connected With The Burning of Kingston in 1777 Collectible First Edition

By: George W. Pratt

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Book Condition: Fine


Fine First Thus This is the Larger 'First Edition" of the bicentennial of the Burning of Kingston in the American Revolution. This is the original edition after the 1860 edition and larger than the later 1998 edition. This captures the movements of General Vaughan as he burned Livingston manor to the ground a signer of the Declaration of Independence and torched the Plebian progressive city of Kingston a Dutch Town still unhappy about the British to begin with. One forgets American Patriots tore down the statue of George the III in NYC How quickly one forgets If the Hessians were heard attacking American Revolution locations how different would they have sounded than the Angles and Saxons raiding Britain Three Geese in Flight Books Celtic studies, Arthurian legend, and Revolutionary War since 1977 Fine clean shape. First Edition.

Title: An Account of the British Expedition Above the Highlands of the Hudson River, and of The Events Connected With The Burning of Kingston in 1777 Collectible First Edition

Author Name: George W. Pratt

Categories: North American Folklore and Supernatural, Dutch and Colonial New York / New England / Virginia / French Quebec, American Revolution / French & Indian War,

Edition: First American Edition

Publisher: Ulster County Historical Society: 1977

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Fine

Seller ID: 9000187

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