The capture & death of Gen. Nath'l Woodhull : in a series of letters addressed to Jas. Fenimore Cooper, Esq. / by Henry Onderdonk, Jr. ; New York, 1848.

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Onderdonk, Henry, 1804-1886. The capture & death of Gen. Nath'l Woodhull : in a series of letters addressed to Jas. Fenimore Cooper, Esq. / by Henry Onderdonk, Jr. ; New York, 1848.

The capture & death of Gen. Nath'l Woodhull : in a series of letters addressed to Jas. Fenimore Cooper, Esq. / by Henry Onderdonk, Jr. ; New York, 1848.

A series of articles clipped from an unknown publication, documenting an exchange between Onderdonk and Cooper in which they debate the slaying of Woodhull by the hand of De Lancey.

49 p. ; 36 cm.

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Onderdonk, Henry, Jr., 1804-1886

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Henry Onderdonk (1804-1886) was an educator and historian, a collector of Long Island antiquities, and the author of many works based on his findings among local records. Later, he became a founder (1863) and councilor (1868-1886) of the Long Island Historical Society (now the Brooklyn Historical Society), and a contributor to the Society's library and manuscript collections upon their formation. Henry Onderdonk was born June 11, 1804, at Manhasset, NY, the son of Jose...

Woodhull, Nathaniel, 1722-1776

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Pres. N.Y. Provincial Congress, and soldier. From the description of Autograph letter signed : Harlem, to Col. Josiah Smith, 1776 Aug. 8. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270584011 ...

Cooper, James Fenimore, 1789-1851

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De Lancey, Oliver, 1718-1785

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Merchant, colonial politician and Loyalist soldier. From the description of Letter signed : New York, to Lieutenant-Governor James De Lancey, 1757 Sept. 13. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270537875 Archibald Hamilton and Oliver De Lancey were New York loyalists who served on the side of the British during the American Revolutionary War. Hamilton was appointed Colonel Commandant of the Queens County Militia in 1778. De Lancey commanded three battalions, collectively known as ...