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Military Journal of the American Revolution

by James Thacher

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2005 Scholar's Bookshelf reprint edition. First published in 1854, and known as "Thacher's American Revolution," this highly detailed record of the author's experiences as a medical officer between January 1775 and January 1783 presented a remarkable military history of the war and especially the sufferings of the American army and the actions of the American officers and generals who Thacher observed and sometimes cared for. The volume also remans invaluable for its extensive appendixes which include substantial biographical sketches of American generals and several documents including Burgoyne's "Observations" respecting the Battle of Saratoga.… (more)
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2005 Scholar's Bookshelf reprint edition. First published in 1854, and known as "Thacher's American Revolution," this highly detailed record of the author's experiences as a medical officer between January 1775 and January 1783 presented a remarkable military history of the war and especially the sufferings of the American army and the actions of the American officers and generals who Thacher observed and sometimes cared for. The volume also remans invaluable for its extensive appendixes which include substantial biographical sketches of American generals and several documents including Burgoyne's "Observations" respecting the Battle of Saratoga.

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