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THE BULLETIN OF THE FORT TICONDEROGA MUSEUM. VOLUME XV, Spring 1989 NUMBER 2: Diary Of The Reverend Benjamin Trumbull

by Jane M. Lape Editors John H.G. Pell, Rex Cathcart, Stephen H.P. Pell

Condition: Very Good/No dust jacket


Original clean Very Good 144 pp. 1989 BULLETIN OF THE FORT TICONDEROGA MUSEUM. VOLUME XV, Spring 1989 NUMBER 2 NOT a library copy.A little shelf wear, but tight, clean and nice Major General Philip Schuyler on the cover Includes unfinished biography of Philip Schuyler by John H.G.Pell Why Richard Montgomery returned to Fort Ticonderoga in 1775 Rex Cathcart, Diary Of The Reverend Benjamin Trumbull Stephen H.P. Pell more. These are like treasure Each of these academic Revolutionary war bulletins are serious and dedicated to the American 'Gibraltar', I prefer to call it more 'Camelot' Since 1977 wrapping with care your wonderful books deserve



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