Letter books, 1812 June 3-1813 Dec. 22.

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Dearborn, Henry, 1751-1829. Letter books, 1812 June 3-1813 Dec. 22.

Letter books, 1812 June 3-1813 Dec. 22.

Letter books kept concurrently by Dearborn (June 1812-Dec. 1813) containing copies of letters and orders while commanding the Northern Army of the United States during the War of 1812. Letters written from Boston, Greenbush, New York, Albany, Niagara, and York, Canada to such persons as Maj. Gen. Morgan Lewis, William Eustis, Gov. Daniel D. Tompkins, Sir George Prevost, Commodore Isaac Chauncey, Col. Moses Porter, Secretary of War John Armstrong, Col. Isaac Clark, Lt. Col. Eleazer W. Ripley, John Chaffe, Brig. Gen. Joseph Bloomfield, and others.

2 v. (700 p. total) ; 8 x 13 in.

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