2 edition of Bibliography of Sullivan"s expedition against the Six nations in 1779 found in the catalog.
Bibliography of Sullivan"s expedition against the Six nations in 1779
Utica (N.Y.). Public library.
in Utica, New York
Written in English
On cover: Sullivan"s expedition sesquicentennial, 1779-1929.
|Other titles||Sullivan"s expedition sesquicentennial, 1779-1929.|
|Statement||Compiled by Utica public library.|
|LC Classifications||Z1238 .U88|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||22 p., 1 l. :|
|Number of Pages||22|
|LC Control Number||40017772|
Primary Sources Journals of the Military Expedition of Major General John Sullivan against the Six Nations of Indians in with Records of Centenial Celebrations. Auburn, NY: State of New York, For a list of primary and secondary sources on the military expedition against the Six Nations see: University of Rochester Library Bulletin. Cook, Frederick, ed. Journals of the Military Expedition of Major John Sullivan against the Six Nations of Indians in (Auburn, ). Craft, David. "The Expedition of Col. Thomas Hartley Against the Indians in , to avenge the Massacre of Wyoming." Proceedings and Collections of the Wyoming Historical and Geological Society, 9 ().
"Journal of Lieut. Erkuries Beatty in the Expedition against the Six Nations under Gen. Sullivan." Pennsylvania Archives, Ser. 2,15 (Harrisburg: ), 53 Beauchamp, William M. Aboriginal Place Names of New York (New York State Museum Bulletin ). University of . Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Journals of the Military Expedition of Major General John Sullivan Against the Six Nations of Indians in ; with Records of Centennial Celebrations; Prepared Pursuant to Chapter , Laws of the State of New York, Of by Frederick Cook and George S. B. Conover (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay!
General John Sullivan was a Lieutenant General in the Continental Army during the American Revolution. In , he was tasked with removing the Iroquois Federation as a strategic threat and a force in New York State. The six nations of Iroquois were divided in their allegiances during the Revolutionary War. Four tribes, the Mohawk, Seneca,. The Sullivan-Clinton campaign against the Iroquois in has been described as implementing a “scorched earth” policy for no useful purpose other than eradicating Indians, or a failed attempt to capture Fort Niagara. At the tour’s end you’ll decide if the campaign was a success or a .
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Command of the expedition then settled upon Maj. Gen. John Sullivan, a truculent onetime New Hampshire lawyer whom Washington instructed in a detailedletter to move “against the hostile tribes of the Six Nations of Indians, with their associates and adherents.”. The Clinton-Sullivan Campaign of many Six Nations War Chiefs, against their better judgment, agreed.
Butler had no choice but to comply with the Indians' decision. For once, the Indians were going to abandon their most effective tactics in favor of a standing battle, with more disastrous results. By the end of the expedition. Title: Journals of the Military Expedition of Major General John Sullivan against the Six Nations of Indians in With records of centenary celebrations, etc.
[Compiled by G. Conover. With portraits and maps.]Publisher: British Library, Historical Print EditionsThe British Library is the national library of the United Kingdom.
Volume XXXII Winter The Sullivan Campaign: A Bibliography--JAMES D. FOLTS, JR. In the minds of the pioneer settlers of western and central New York, the history of their land began with Sullivan's Campaign against the Six Nations in Journals of the military expedition of Major General John Sullivan against the Six nations of Indians in ; with records of centennial celebrations; prepared pursuant to chapterlaws of the state of New York, of by New York (State).
Journals of the Military Expedition of Major General John Sullivan Against the Six Nations of Indians in With Records of Centennial Celebrations; Prepared Pursuant to ChapterLaws of the State of New York, of Collection Victor Morin Collections spéciales: Authors: New York (State).
Secretary's Office, Frederick Cook: Editor. Journals of the Military Expedition of Major General John Sullivan against the Six nations of Indians in with records of centennial celebrations. Frederick Cook. Map of the Expedition of the army under General John Sullivan against the Indians of Western New York.
Biography. Stephens, Karl F. Neither the Charm nor the Luck: Major-General John : Outskirts Press, Memoirs and Papers. Hammond, Otis G. Letters and Papers of Major General John Sullivan Continental Army. 3 vols.
Concord, New Hampshire: New Hampshire Historical Society, Journals of the Military Expedition of Major General John Sullivan against the Six Nations of. In researching this tale, I have at my disposal a copy of Journals of the Military Expedition of Major General John Sullivan against the Six Nations of the Indians inpublished in The book contains transcripts of the diaries kept by Sullivan’s men.
Although it is sometimes overlooked, Sullivan’s campaign was one of the larger American offensives of the Revolution. With the war in the north at a stalemate outside New York City, Washington allocated nearly 5, men, mostly Continental units from New Hampshire, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania, for the expedition.
Get this from a library. Journals of the military expedition of Major General John Sullivan against the six nations of Indians in [George S Conover; New York (State). Secretary's Office.;]. Narratives of Sullivan's Expedition, Against the Four Nations of the Iroquois & Loyalists by the Continental Army [Hardenbergh, John L., McKendry, William, Griffis, William Elliott] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Narratives of Sullivan's Expedition, Against the Four Nations of the Iroquois & Loyalists by the Continental ArmyReviews: 1. Sullivan Expedition - Background: During the early years of the American Revolution, four of the six nations that comprised the Iroquois Confederacy elected to support the British.
Living across upstate New York, these Native American groups had built numerous towns and villages that in many ways eclipsed those constructed by the colonists. Journals Of The Military Expedition Of Major General John Sullivan: Against The Six Nations Of Indians In With Records Of Centennial Celebrations [Cook, Frederick] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Journals Of The Military Expedition Of Major General John Sullivan: Against The Six Nations Of Indians In With Records Of Centennial CelebrationsReviews: 3. A New Hampshire lawyer in General Washington's army; a biographical sketch of the Hon. John Sullivan, LL. D., major general in the Continental army, and an account of the expedition under his command against the Six Indian nations in(Geneva, N.Y., Press of W.
Humphrey, ), by Oscar E. Rising and Adam Hubley (page images at HathiTrust). A full and complete History of the Expedition against the Iroquois or Six Nations of New York incommanded by Major General John Sullivan, with Appendix, giving Loss of Men, Towns Destroyed, Washington's Instructions, and Biographical Sketches.
New York Centennial Volume, pp. Same. The Sullivan Campaign of Buy the Paperback Book Narratives Of Sullivan's Expedition, Against The Four Nations Of The Iroquois & Loyalists By by John L.
Hardenbergh atCanada's largest bookstore. Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders. The Sullivan Campaign A Little-Known Offensive Strategic To The War Breaks The Indian Nations' Power by Stanley J.
Adamiak The Sullivan Campaign emerged as one of the larger of the Continental Army's offensives during the American Revolution, yet remains relatively unknown.1 It was an act of reprisal to break the Iroquois Confederation, a Native American political and military.
journals of the military expedition of major general john sullivan against the six nations of indians in with records of centennial celebrations Prepared Pursuant to. Journals of the military expedition of Major General John Sullivan against the Six nations of Indians in Auburn, N.Y., Knapp, Peck & Thomson, Printers, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Frederick Cook; George S Conover; New York (State).
Secretary's. For the activities of four Stockbridge Indians who served as guides under Sullivan, see Sullivan Expedition Journals, description begins Frederick Cook, ed., and George S.
Conover, comp. Journals of the Military Expedition of Major General John Sullivan against the Six Nations of Indians in With Records of Centennial Celebrations.Compiled by Fort Stanwix NM Staff. In January ofeight neutral Onondaga chiefs decided to cast their lot with the Oneida and Tuscarora.
Only the Oneida and Tuscarora Nation were recognized by the Americans as allies. The Onondaga Nation claimed their overall stance to be neutral, but in addition to the neutrals there were pro-American and pro-British factions as well.Journals of the military expedition of Major General John Sullivan against the Six nations of Indians in with records of centennial celebrations / Published: () A well-executed failure: the Sullivan campaign against the Iroquois, July-September / by: Fischer, Joseph R., Published: ().