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of the

Military Operations

in the

Northern Campaign

in the

States of New York and Vermont

in 1777:


Full Details of the Battles and Skirmishes
between the American and British Armies,
until the surrender of General Burgoyne; with
a sketch of subsequent events to the peace of 1783.

Illustrated by plans of the principal actions.

(c) Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association, Deerfield MA. All rights reserved.
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Epaphras Hoyt (1765-1850) was a major general in the militia of Massachusetts, a surveyor, a published author, postmaster, register of deeds, and generally a man of affairs in Deerfield, Massachusetts. He held the office of High Sheriff between 1814 and 1831, during which time he served as a member of the 1820 constitutional convention. In addition to his works on military science, he made a special study of the French and Indian wars, published in 1824 as Antiquarian Researches. This manuscript describes the involvement of local troops who opposed Gen. John Burgoyne's invasion from Canada during the American Revolution.


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"Review of the Military Operations in the Northern Campaign" by Epaphras Hoyt

author   Epaphras Hoyt (1765-1850)
date   1800-1809
location   New England/ Northeastern US
height   12.75"
width   8.25"
process/materials   manuscript, paper, ink
item type   Personal Documents/Unpublished monograph
accession #   #L98.061

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