8 edition of Battle of Brooklyn 1776 found in the catalog.
by Castle Books
Written in English
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The Battle of Brooklyn (also called the Battle of Long Island) took place on Aug and was the first sizable battle since America declared independence. The battle resulted in British. Read "Battle Of Brooklyn " by John J. Gallagher available from Rakuten Kobo. In Brooklyn, New York, for a few tense hours in , the fate of the entire United States hung by Brand: Hachette Books.
The Battle of Brooklyn, by John J Gallagher starting at $ The Battle of Brooklyn, has 2 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace5/5(1). In New York City, there is a legend that scores of Maryland soldiers from the Revolutionary War are buried somewhere within the city limits. In Brooklyn, the local version claims that the graves are located within the Borough’s Park Slope neighborhood. These soldiers would have fought in the Battle of Brooklyn, in the summer of
“In his shot-by-shot account of the largest and bloodiest battle of the American Revolution, Gallagher recreates the fierce encounter of 27 August in which twenty thousand British, Hessian and Loyalist troops defeated ten thousand patriot soldiers the book offers many perceptive observations and the author succinctly summarizes. Start by marking “The Campaign of around New York and Brooklyn Including a new and circumstantial account of the battle of Long island and the loss of New York, with a review of events to the close of the year” as Want to Read/5.
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John Gallagher's book, BATTLE OF BROOKLYN,provides us with a glimpse into a little known confrontation that had an enormous impact on our nation. When most people think of the significant battles of the Revolutionary War, they think of Bunker Hill, Saratoga, Yorktown, or Trenton.
But New York City, and Brooklyn specifically was the scene /5(21). John Gallagher's book, BATTLE OF BROOKLYN,provides us with a glimpse into a little known confrontation that had an enormous impact on our nation. When most people think of the significant battles of the Revolutionary War, they think of Bunker Hill, Saratoga, Yorktown, or Trenton.
But New York City, and Brooklyn specifically was the scene 4/4(21). Many Brooklynites today may not realize that their borough was the scene of the first major battle of the American Revolution in August The British had gathered a major fleet with o men and marshaled their forces on nearby Staten Island.
Washington unwisely split his army of alm between defending New York City, located in what is. It is not often realized that in Brooklyn, New York, for a few tense hours inthe fate of the entire United States hung by a thread. An American defeat, the Battle of Brooklyn has been all but neglected in our collective memory for what it earned with the blood of its participants -- honored status as one of history's great battles/5.
At the Battle of Brooklyn, the Americans suffered 1, casualties to the British loss of only men. On Septem the British captured New York City. The Battle of Brooklyn, John Gallagher, Author Sarpedon Publishers $ (p) ISBN Buy this book.
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Book Summary: The title of this book is The Battle of Brooklyn, and it was written by John J. Gallagher. This particular edition is in a Paperback format. This books publish date is Unknown and it has a suggested retail price of $ It was published by Da Capo Press and has a total of pages in the : Get this from a library.
The Battle of Brooklyn, [John J Gallagher]. Battle of Brooklyn User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. Two more hardcover histories on the cheap from Castle. Gallagher's look at Revolutionary War Brooklyn debuted inPerry'sArrogant Armies, a year later.4/5(1). In Brooklyn, New York, for a few tense hours inthe fate of the entire United States hung by a thread.
The Battle of Brooklyn (sometimes called "The Battle of Long Island") has since come to be recognized as one of history's great was the largest clash of the Brand: Hachette Books. The Maryland were members of the 1st Maryland Regiment who repeatedly charged a numerically superior British force during the Battle of Long Island during the Revolutionary War, sustaining heavy casualties, but allowing General Washington to successfully evacuate the bulk of his troops to Manhattan.
This action is commemorated in Maryland's nickname, the "Old Line. SMCGS member Linda Reno will be speaking to the Society at our 23 January meeting on the subject "Maryland " Linda's talk will be about the role played by soldiers from Maryland in helping to save General Washington's army from total disaster during and after the Battle of Brooklyn in August tors may experience the Battle of Brooklyn as it developed in the fields, orchards, creeks, and country lanes that later became nearly invisible in Brooklyn’s densely inhabited nineteenth and twentieth century urban expansion.
It is intended to be much more than a requiem for the dead and wounded of the battle. Land use evolves. Historical map of the Battle of Brooklyn. In fierce fighting, George Washington was unable to keep Long Island out of British hands. Washington’s masterful retreat across the Hudson River, however, saved his army and inspired the young nation in.
A short film about William Alexander, Lord Stirling, the forgotten hero of the Battle of Brooklyn, the first battle of the American Revolution, the War for Independence.
On a humid August morning in Brooklyn, New York,20, British regulars and Hessian mercenaries bore down on George Washington’s recently formed American army of. In many ways, the battle between the Americans and British in Brooklyn is representative of both sides’ strengths and weaknesses.
Washington is a savvy, quick-thinking commander, but his maneuvers sometimes fall short because of poor intelligence and communication, or because his army isn’t strong enough. Ron Schweiger, a Brooklyn borough historian, said that the Battle of Brooklyn was a relatively new name.
Even as unstinting a Brooklynite as Walt Whitman referred to the Battle of Long Island in History nerds, rejoice: This Sunday, Revolutionary War re-enactors will descend upon Green-Wood Cemetery to commemorate the Battle of Brooklyn, fought on August 27th, It was the first battle of the American Revolution fought after the signing of the Declaration of Independence, and the largest battle in the war in terms of troop : Carey Dunne.
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The occasion was the cemetery’s annual Battle of Brooklyn Commemoration, fortuitously held this year on the exact date — years later — of the battle on Aug Leading the two-hour tour were the cemetery’s resident historian, Jeff Richman, and Barnet Schecter, historian and author of The Battle for New York.