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Abigail Adams 2d to Elizabeth Cranch, 20 August 1783; 29 August 1783 [Adams Family Correspondence 5:227]+

Richard Cranch to John Adams, 20 August 1783 [Adams Family Correspondence 5:229]+

Abigail Adams to John Quincy Adams, 26 December 1783 [Adams Family Correspondence 5:285]+

Abigail Adams to John Quincy Adams, 23 August 1785 [Adams Family Correspondence 6:296]

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– (New York) [2 references]

– (lakes region) [1 reference]

– 14th Regiment [2 references]

– AA describes atrocities by [1 reference]

– AA on occupation of Boston by [2 references]

– Amer. officers' undue admiration for [1 reference]

– Articles of War of [1 reference]

– Bernard on customs commissioners bringing [1 reference]

– Boston Massacre trial [2 references]

– Boston under martial law [7 references]

– British confidence in [1 reference]

– De Berdt on [1 reference]

– Detroit surrendered to (1812) [1 reference]

– Highland troops in [4 references]

– Howe supersedes Gage as commander [1 reference]

– Howe's army lands at Head of Elk, Md. [1 reference]

– JA on [4 references]

– JA on anti-American feeling among [1 reference]

– JA on cruelty of [1 reference]

– JA on depredations of [1 reference]

– JA on number and strength of (1777) [1 reference]

– JA on southern campaign of [2 references]

– John Cranch on [1 reference]

– John Jeffries as doctor to [1 reference]

– R.I. campaign (1778) [5 references]

– Simon Tufts Jr. leaves Mass. with [1 reference]

– Stark defeats Baum at Bennington [1 reference]

– The Cedars affair [1 reference]

– Wyoming massacre [2 references]

– account of Battle of Yorktown [2 references]

– actual and expected movements of [6 references]

– and Amer. fortifications on Dorchester Heights [1 reference]

– and Amer. privateers [1 reference]

– and American attack on Boston [3 references]

– and German mercenaries [7 references]

– and Scots' Brigade in Netherlands [3 references]

– and attempted relief of Cornwallis [1 reference]

– and battle of Brandywine [2 references]

– and loss of St. Eustatius [1 reference]

– and loyalist militia [6 references]

– and peace negotiations [2 references]

– and people in Boston (1774) [1 reference]

– and rumored conspiracy of African Americans in Boston [1 reference]

– and smallpox [1 reference]

– appraisals of strategy and tactics of [10 references]

– assessed in forged Clinton letter [1 reference]

– at Charleston [5 references]

– at Charleston, S.C. [6 references]

– at Lexington and Concord [1 reference]

– at N.Y. [4 references]

– at R.I. [2 references]

– atrocities by [3 references]

– attack on Martha's Vineyard [2 references]

– battle of Bunker Hill [1 reference]

– battle of Freeman's Farm or Stillwater [2 references]

– battle of Long Island [1 reference]

– battle of Monmouth, N.J. [2 references]

– buries Joseph Warren [1 reference]

– campaign in the South [7 references]

– casualties [1 reference]

– colonial attitude toward [1 reference]

– command of [2 references]

– committee of Congress appointed to record hostile acts of [1 reference]

– condition and strength of [9 references]

– condition of, at Boston [1 reference]

– condition of, in Boston [4 references]

– conduct criticized [1 reference]

– consumption of Amer. beef by [1 reference]

– contractors for [1 reference]

– defeat of at Saratoga [1 reference]

– deployment of [7 references]

– depredations by [1 reference]

– deserters and Boston riots [1 reference]

– deserters from [4 references]

– desertions [1 reference]

– desertions from [7 references]

– destruction of life and property by [3 references]

– discipline in and desertions from [6 references]

– effect of Franco-American alliance on [4 references]

– effect of Yorktown on [1 reference]

– enlistment of Roman Catholics in [2 references]

– entertained by Hutchinson [1 reference]

– estimated strength of (Boston) [1 reference]

– estimates of strength of [7 references]

– evacuation from U.S. [7 references]

– evacuation necessary for Anglo-Amer. truce [5 references]

– evacuation of [3 references]

– evacuation of Amer. posts by [14 references]

– evacuation of Boston [12 references]

– evacuation of New York [3 references]

– evacuation of New York by [1 reference]

– evacuation of Philadelphia [2 references]

– evacuation of, from U.S. in event of truce [1 reference]

– expedition against Canada [1 reference]

– expedition to Jamaica Plain [1 reference]

– expeditions against Spanish colonies [4 references]

– expenditures in U.S. [2 references]

– foraging party at Sag Harbor destroyed [1 reference]

– force embarks for Chesapeake Bay [1 reference]

– friction with, No. 60 [1 reference]

– garrisoned in Boston, 1768 [2 references]

– ill-treatment of Americans in South Carolina [1 reference]

– in Boston [8 references]

– in French and Indian War [1 reference]

– in Georgia (1779) [2 references]

– in Ireland [5 references]

– in Middle states (1781) [1 reference]

– in N.J. [1 reference]

– in New Jersey campaign (1777) [5 references]

– in New York campaign (1776) [8 references]

– in New York city [2 references]

– in Newport, R.I. [1 reference]

– in Philadelphia campaign (1777) [1 reference]

– in Southern states (1780-1781) [7 references]

– in Virginia [4 references]

– in West Indies [2 references]

– in battle of Oriskany [2 references]

– in northwestern posts [1 reference]

– in winter quarters [1 reference]

– law on standing army [1 reference]

– loss of Mobile by [5 references]

– losses at Bunker Hill [4 references]

– losses at Eutaw Springs and Yorktown [4 references]

– losses from climate [2 references]

– losses in 1781 [1 reference]

– mentioned [11 references]

– military qualities of, praised [5 references]

– military supplies [1 reference]

– movements in N.Y. state [4 references]

– no expansion of [1 reference]

– occupation and evacuation of Philadelphia [5 references]

– occupation of Boston [9 references]

– occupation of N.Y. [3 references]

– occupation of Newport [1 reference]

– occupation of Philadelphia [1 reference]

– occupation of R.I. [4 references]

– officers from, in Continental Army [1 reference]

– officers in [1 reference]

– officers prisoners in Cambridge [1 reference]

– officers tried in Mass. courts [1 reference]

– operations in New York [2 references]

– operations in R.I. [2 references]

– operations of [10 references]

– payment of [1 reference]

– plan for exchanging prisoners [1 reference]

– power of officers supreme in military affairs [1 reference]

– prewar activities in Amer. [4 references]

– quartering of [4 references]

– raid on Danbury, Conn. [1 reference]

– raids on Amer. coast by [9 references]

– raids on French coast (1758) [2 references]

– reaction of officers to Franco-American treaties [1 reference]

– redeployment in wake of evacuations of Amer. territory [2 references]

– reinforcements for [55 references]

– removed from Boston, 1769 [1 reference]

– report of Congress on treatment of prisoners of war [2 references]

– resentment over destruction by, in U.S. [1 reference]

– right of quartering [1 reference]

– rumored court martials over burning of Charlestown [1 reference]

– rumored departure for West Indies [1 reference]

– rumored embarkations at N.Y. [1 reference]

– seizes Charleston [8 references]

– seizes supplies at Cambridge (1774) [1 reference]

– sickness in [3 references]

– status at N.Y. [1 reference]

– strength and operations at N.Y. [7 references]

– strength at Minorca [1 reference]

– strength in America [4 references]

– strength in England [1 reference]

– strength of [3 references]

– successes in U.S. [2 references]

– supply of, from ship captures [2 references]

– supply problems [6 references]

– suppresses Gordon Riots [3 references]

– surrender and articles of capitulation at Yorktown [10 references]

– surrender at Minorca [1 reference]

– surrender at Saratoga [1 reference]

– surrender at St. Kitts [1 reference]

– threat to French colonies [1 reference]

– transports carrying Highland soldiers captured in Boston Harbor [4 references]

– treatment accorded Amer. prisoners [1 reference]

– troops captured on convoy to Indies [2 references]

– troops embark at N.Y. [4 references]

– troops sent to Boston (1774) [1 reference]

– unable to exploit weakness of Continental Army [1 reference]

– voyage from N.Y. Harbor to Chesapeake Bay (1777) [3 references]

– vulnerability of supply lines to America [5 references]

See Also

See also Bunker Hill, Battle of

See also Prisoners of war

See also JA—Military Interests

See also German mercenaries

See also names of particular battles, campaigns, and officers [link unavailable]

See also Boston Massacre Trials

See also Rex v. Preston (No. 63)

See also Rex v. Wemms (No. 64)