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Men and events of the Revolution in Winchester and Frederick County, Virginia

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Winchester, Virginia : [Winchester-Frederick County Historical Society?], 1975
viii, 119 p. : port.
Winchester-Frederick County Historical Society (series); 9

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"Bicentennial issue of the Winchester-Frederick County Historical Society Papers." -- T.p.

Includes index.

Contains chapters on the Frederick County resolves; biographical sketches of selected Revolutionary War era personalities from the Winchester area; the Revolutionary prisoners of war in Winchester and Frederick County; list of the members of Daniel Morgan's Rifle Company and the "Dutch Mess"; the Daniel Morgan funeral sermon and notes; Isaac Zane Jr., "a Quaker for the times"; and extracts from the journal of Lieutenant John Bell Tilden, Second Pennsylvania list 1781-1782.

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