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The nineteenth of April, 1775, exhibiting a fair and impartial account of… (edition 1923)

by Harold Murdock

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2005 Scholar's Bookshelf Reprint Edition. First published in the early 1920s, this study by a professional historian was the first to present a complete reconstruction of the day which saw the beginning of the American Revolution, and remains unparalleled for its record of the events, large and small, that took place. The work drew on both British and American sources and offered some favorable reflections on the British conduct of the encounter as well as the retreat to Charlestown. Includes several period illustrations and maps. Reprint edition. 2005: 134 pages, softcover. (Scholar's Bookshelf)… (more)
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Title:The nineteenth of April, 1775, exhibiting a fair and impartial account of the engagement fought on that day, chiefly in the towns of Concord, Lexington, and Menotomy
Authors:Harold Murdock
Info:Boston, Houghton Mifflin company, 1923.
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2005 Scholar's Bookshelf Reprint Edition. First published in the early 1920s, this study by a professional historian was the first to present a complete reconstruction of the day which saw the beginning of the American Revolution, and remains unparalleled for its record of the events, large and small, that took place. The work drew on both British and American sources and offered some favorable reflections on the British conduct of the encounter as well as the retreat to Charlestown. Includes several period illustrations and maps. Reprint edition. 2005: 134 pages, softcover. (Scholar's Bookshelf)

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