Continental Army
The Continental Army was formed after the outbreak of the American Revolutionary War by the colonies that became the United States of America. Established by a resolution of the Continental Congress o...
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Newburgh Conspiracy
The Newburgh Conspiracy was what appeared to be a threatened uprising in the Continental Army in March 1783, when the American Revolutionary War was at its end. Possibly instigated by political actor...
Newburgh Conspiracy - Wikipedia
Larz Anderson House
Anderson House, also known as Larz Anderson House, located at 2118 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, on Embassy Row in the Dupont Circle neighborhood of Washington, D.C., houses the Society of the Cincinnati'...
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John Storm
John Storm (February 3, 1760 – December 13, 1835) was a revolutionary war soldier who notably served as a dragoon under Colonel William Washington in the American Revolutionary War. Dragoons com...
William Rossell
William Rossell (October 25, 1760 – June 20, 1840) was a United States federal judge.Born in Mount Holly Township, New Jersey, Rossell was a Sergeant in the Continental Army during the American ...
Departments of the Continental Army
In the American Revolutionary War units of the Continental Army were assigned to any one of seven regional or territorial departments to decentralize their command and administration. This was necessa...
Departments of the Continental Army - Wikipedia
Pennsylvania Line Mutiny
The Pennsylvania Line Mutiny began January 1, 1781, and ended with negotiated settlement on January 8, 1781. The negotiated terms were concluded by January 29, 1781. The mutiny was the most successf...
Pennsylvania Line Mutiny - Wikipedia
Pulaski's Legion
Pulaski's Legion was raised on March 28, 1778 at Baltimore, Maryland under the command of Kazimierz Pułaski for service with the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War. The Legion cons...
Edward Hector
Edward "Ned" Hector (born about 1744) was an African American soldier who fought in the American Revolutionary War. Hector was one of three to five thousand people of color that fought for the cause o...
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Patton's Additional Continental Regiment
Patton's Additional Continental Regiment was an American infantry unit that existed for two years during the American Revolutionary War. Authorized on 11 January 1777, the unit was recruited from the ...
Patton's Additional Continental Regiment - Wikipedia
Thruston's Additional Continental Regiment
Thruston's Additional Continental Regiment was an American infantry unit that served for a little more than two years in the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War. Authorized in March...
Thruston's Additional Continental Regiment - Wikipedia
Malcolm's Additional Continental Regiment
Malcolm's Additional Continental Regiment was one of the sixteen Additional Continental regiments authorized by the Second Continental Congress for the Continental Army. The regiment's colonel was Wil...
Malcolm's Additional Continental Regiment - Wikipedia
Commissary notes
Commissary notes were financial certificates issued by the departments of the quartermaster and commissary-general on behalf of the Continental Army during the American Revolution. Due to the rapid de...
Maryland and Virginia Rifle Regiment
The Maryland and Virginia Rifle Regiment, most commonly known as Rawlings' Regiment in period documents, was organized in June 1776 as a specialized light infantry unit of riflemen in the Continental ...
Maryland and Virginia Rifle Regiment - Wikipedia
Conway Cabal
The Conway Cabal was a group of senior Continental Army officers in late 1777 and early 1778 who aimed to have George Washington replaced as commander-in-chief of the Army during the American Revoluti...
Conway Cabal - Wikipedia
William Overton Callis
William O. Callis (March 4, 1756 – March 14, 1814) was the son of William Harry Callis and Mary Jane Cosby. He was a childhood friend of Presidents James Madison and James Monroe, was with Washington...
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Pennsylvania Mutiny of 1783
The Pennsylvania Mutiny of 1783 (also known as the Philadelphia Mutiny) was an anti-government protest by nearly 400 soldiers of the Continental Army in June 1783. The mutiny, and the refusal of the E...
Pennsylvania Mutiny of 1783 - Wikipedia