Bibliography: p. 40-41.
|Statement||Written by Thomas A. Ware.|
|Series||New Windsor Cantonment, publication, no. 3|
|LC Classifications||E295 .W3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||41|
|LC Control Number||66095606|
Revolution in the Highlands. Paperback – January 1, by Lt. Col. Thomas A. Ware (Author)Author: Lt. Col. Thomas A. Ware. Revolution on the Hudson examines the battle for control of the Hudson during the Revolutionary War as well as the strategic importance that both sides gave to controlling it. Daughan's book is insightful and offers a compelling argument that there was no real way for the British to gain AND hold the Hudson throughout the war.4/5. The West Point History of the American Revolution. First Simon & Schuster hardcover edition. The West Point History of Warfare Series, v. 4. New York: Simon & Schuster, West Point Revolutionary Sites View of Redoubt 4 commanding and protecting Fort Putnam, the Fort Clinton and the Hudson . Prof. Champagne has brought to life this man and this place that are often overshadowed by more famous patriots from New England and Virginia. This book is a must for anyone interested in the coming of the Revolution and the political chaos and confusion that came before Congress was well s: 1.
The Hudson Highlands launched revolutions of independence, industry and creativity and have long enchanted artists and hikers. Mysteries still thrive in the area. Leni-Lenape legend told of an ancient giant slumbering between Storm King and Breakneck Ridge. This military geography paper examines linkages between strategy, terrain, and the human landscape in the Hudson Highlands to illustrate the development of Fortress West Point during the American Revolution. In the Hudson Highlands, a majestic series of mountains beginning about a third of the distance from Upper New York Bay to Albany, variable winds, strong tidal currents and changing courses add to the navigational hazards. During the American Revolution, in the Hudson Highlands’ theater of operations, terrain took top billing. William S. Thomas, M.D. describes the lives of soldiers in the camps with huts built from logs during the Revolutionary War, incorporating a letter home from Lieut. Col. Ebenezer Huntington. Thomas also wrote Revolutionary Camps of the Hudson Highlands.
North to south they fall between Newburgh Bay and Haverstraw Bay, the latter forming the northern region of the New York - New Jersey Highlands.. The Hudson River enters this region in the south at Dunderberg Mountain near Stony Point, and from the north in the vicinity of Breakneck Ridge and Storm King Mountain near Cornwall, New highlands played a significant role in America's. Lessons from an Outbreak: Smallpox in the Hudson Highlands, by Steven Elliott. Detail from a panoramic view of West Point, New York, by Pierre Charles L'Efant, showing American encampments along the Hudson River in August (Library of Congress) On Janu , near New Windsor in the Hudson Highlands of New York, Dr. Samuel Adams wrote a brief entry in the . It's lots more than ghost stories: tales and history of the area's Native Americans, Dutch explorers, the Hudson's role in the American Revolution (patriots, traitors, spies for both sides).it's all here, as well as detail on the recent environmental efforts to clean up the s: 1. The Hudson River Valley Institute at Marist College has released a new edited collection of articles about the American Revolution, published by SUNY Press. Key to the Northern Country: The Hudson River Valley in the American Revolution represents nearly forty years of collected scholarship on the region’s role in the American Revolution.