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  • The New Student's Reference Work (1914) Yorktown, Va. 37783The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Yorktown, Va. York′town, Va., county-seat of York
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  • 19, 1781, the British forces under Lord Cornwallis surrendered at Yorktown, Virginia, to General Washington and our French allies. That surrender signified
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  • served throughout the succeeding campaigns until the capitulation at Yorktown, Virginia, on 17 Oct. 1781. He returned home with his regiment in May 1784.
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  • following. He was with the troops under Cornwallis that surrendered at Yorktown, Virginia, 19 Oct. 1781 (MacKinnon, ii. 11, 14). Cornwallis wrote of him: 'His
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  • the south. They captured Savannah and Charleston and entrenched at Yorktown, Virginia. Then, feigning an attack on the weak garrison in New York, he made
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  • words. Done at Yorktown, in Virginia, October 19th, 1781. Cornwallis, Thomas Symonds. Done in the Trenches before Yorktown, in Virginia, October 19th,
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  • Iroquois in western New York, and in 1781 taking part in the siege of Yorktown, Virginia. De Witt Clinton graduated at Columbia College in 1786, and in 1790
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  • 1773, and was virtually ended by the capitulation of Cornwallis at Yorktown, Virginia, on the l0th of October 1781. In this article the progress of the
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  • Capitulation of Yorktown (1781) BY LIEUTENANT-GENERAL CHARLES, MARQUIS CORNWALLIS   Out of the many journals and letters by participants in the Virginia campaign
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  • detailed history of all this see vol. iii.--Editor. The officer who at Yorktown, Virginia, carried out the sword of Cornwallis for surrender, and satirically
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  • Washington and Count Rochambeau between Newport, Rhode Island, and Yorktown, Virginia, in 1781 and 1782, as generally depicted on the map entitled `WASHINGTON-ROCHAMBEAU
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  • Register for 1781.] The defense of Yorktown and Gloucester had always appeared chimerical to the British commander in Virginia. Yet from the printed correspondence
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  • Boston was a demand against Massachusetts, or the charges at Yorktown against Virginia. If Pennsylvania advanced the money, it was in the general defense
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  • Volume 28 Yorktown 16387601911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 28 — Yorktown YORKTOWN, a town and the county-seat of York county, Virginia, U.S.A
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  • Greenleaf Whittier 26730Abram MorrisonJohn Greenleaf Whittier From Yorktown's ruins, ranked and still, Two lines stretch far o'er vale and hill Who
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  • soil of Virginia at Appomatox Court House, as had that of the Revolution by the surrender of Cornwallis at Yorktown. The chief cities of Virginia are the
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  • From Yorktown, through Abbottstown, and Gettysburg, to Hagerstown in Maryland; and from Hagerstown, through Williamsport, to Martinsburg in Virginia: From
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  • Memories of Virginia by Flora Adams Darling Fourth Memory 1507007Memories of Virginia — Fourth MemoryFlora Adams Darling   FOURTH MEMORY
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  • EDITOR'S TABLE. FURTHER LESSONS OF THE YORKTOWN CENTENNIAL. THE recent centennial proceedings at Yorktown, and the event they commemorated, have been
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  • engagements took place on Virginian soil, most notable being the defeat and surrender of Cornwallis at Yorktown, Oct. 19, 1781. Virginia joined the Confederacy
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