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Massachusetts infantry. Glovers regt., 1775. [from old catalog], Massachusetts infantry. 21st regt., 1775. [from old catalog], Massachusetts infantry. 14th continental regt., 1776. [from old catalog], United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- regimental histories., Marblehead (Mass.) -- History -- 18th cen
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Gen. John Glover and His Marblehead Regiment in the Revolutionary War: A Paper Read Before the Marblehead Historical Society, Author Nathan Perkins Sanborn. Internet Archive BookReader Glover's Marblehead regiment in the war of the revolution.

Writer of the Glover's Marblehead Regiment in the War of the Revolution. By Frank Augustine Gardner is very smart in delivering message through the. I, No. 2, April, By F.v ArGARDNER, M.D. Price, 50 Cents Published by The Salem Press Co. Salem, Mass.

COLONEL JOHN GLOVER'S MARBLEHEAD REGIMENT By Frank A. Gardner, M. It is eminently proper that this series of articles upon the Massachusetts Regiments in the War of the American Revolution, should begin with an account of the Marblehead or "Marine" Regiment. Baldwin’s regiment fired only one volley before it was ordered to retreat with the other two regiments and join Glover’s own regiment across the Hutchinson River.

The British refused to follow any further and satisfied themselves with an artillery duel that lasted until : Jeff Dacus. Glover's Marblehead Regiment. K likes. Glover's Marblehead Regiment is a group of living historians and custodians of the role of Marblehead in the Revolutionary ers: K.

Re-enactors refer to their roles as "impressions." While several members of Glover's Marblehead Regiment have chosen to assume the roles of specific characters of the time (such as ship's surgeon, carpenter, quartermaster, artillerist, etc.), most members present themselves as midth century common sailors and/or officers.

Welcome to the web site of Glover's Marblehead Regiment, the celebrated 14th Continental. Upcoming Events. For a complete calendar, please visit our Events page Date Description Location Directions; Enquiries/comments about this site can be sent to [email protected]   On this day inan American Patriot is born in Massachusetts.

You may or may not know John Glover’s name, but you do know about the Revolutionary War events in which he participated. Glover led a unique regiment of men from Marblehead and other fishing villages: His men were professional sailors.

The skill set would prove invaluable. Glover was active in the militia for many years before the Revolution, with his earliest service dating back to In he was elected lieutenant colonel of the 21st Massachusetts Regiment from Marblehead, and became commander of the unit after the death of Colonel Jeremiah Lee in April Glover's Marblehead regiment in the war of the revolution Contributor Names Gardner, Frank A.

(Frank Augustine), Created / Published Salem, Mass., Salem press co. Serving as a reenactor in Glover’s Marblehead Regiment was my epiphany in gaining a more complete understanding of the American Revolution, the complexity, suffering and ultimate victories achieved and learning first hand about 18th century military and civilian : Michael Schellhammer.

At the start of the Revolutionary War, Marblehead men who weren’t already in the local militia began to enlist. The day before the battle of Bunker Hill Colonel John Glover was made head of the 21 st regiment, and ordered to stay in Marblehead to gather men and defend the town. Another Marblehead company, led by Captain Sam Trevett, answered the call and marched to Boston, where.

Glover’s regiment was largely made up of fisherman and sailors and was called the “amphibious regiment” or simply the “web-footed Marbleheaders”. Over night in the rain and the fog, John Glover’s Marblehead Regiment saved Washington’s Army and the American revolution.

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Gen. John Glover and his Marblehead regiment in the revolutionary war a paper read before the Marblehead historical society, by Nathan P. Sanborn. Published by The Society in [Marblehead, Mass.]. Written in EnglishPages: John Glover’s Regiment of Marbleheaders accomplished an amazing feat on the night of Dec.

25, They ferried 2, men, plus horses and artillery, across the Delaware River in a blinding snowstorm. Glover’s Regiment had a well-earned reputation for discipline and teamwork.

But not everyone approved of it.

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John Glover and the Marblehead Militia. In American History, everyone knows George Washington and Ben Franklin. Most can tell you something about Thomas Jefferson and Abraham Lincoln. But few know anything about John Glover and his Marbleheaders. And yet, their tireless efforts may very well have changed the course of the American Revolution.

American Revolutionary War units of the United States. The 14th Continental Regiment, also known as the Marblehead Regiment and Glover's Regiment, was raised as a Massachusetts militia regiment inand taken into the Continental Army establishment during the summer of Nickname(s): Marblehead Regiment.

Glover was active in the militia for many years before the Revolution, with his earliest service dating back to [5] In he was elected lieutenant colonel of the 21st Massachusetts Regiment from Marblehead, and became commander of the unit after the death of Colonel Hannah to raid British supply vessels, the first of many privateers authorized by Washington.

I found this link: Glover's Marblehead regiment in the war of the revolution Gardner, Frank Augustine. [from old catalog]: Free Download & Streaming: Internet Archive providing a short history of the regiment published back in The Paperback of the Gen.

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Get this from a library. Gen. John Glover and his Marblehead regiment in the revolutionary war: a paper read before the Marblehead historical society, [Nathan P Sanborn; Marblehead Historical Society (Marblehead, Mass.)].

This volume contains the following classic texts on Glover and his "Marbleheaders." Nathan P. Sanborn, Gen. John Glover and His Marblehead Regiment in the Revolutionary War (Marblehead Historical Society, ). Gardner, Glover's Marblehead Regiment in the War of the Revolution (Salem, MA: The Salem Press, n.d.).

In the Revolutionary War, he was brigadier general of the 14th Massachusetts Regiment. More than Marblehead men, most of whom were fishermen by profession, served under Glover’s command and thus became known as “Marblehead’s Regiment,” according to the reenactment group’s website.

They specialized in amphibious operations. On This Day in History, JanuRevolutionary War General John Glover dies. Glover was born in Salem, Massachusetts and lived most of his life in Marblehead.

John originally trained to be a cordwainer, or a maker of fine leather shoes, but later he became a sailor and eventually bought his. Revolutionary War: Colonel Glover's Regiment.

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GLOVER'S REGIMENT later renamed the 14th CONTINENTAL REGIMENT. Excerpts from a paper entitled "Memoir" read at a meeting of the Essex Institute, March 9thas a Report upon a donation to the Library of certain books formerly belonging to Gen. Glover:*. These two events, in fact, changed the outcome of the American Revolution.

Major General John Glover was in charge of the Marblehead Regiment from to Inthis group of militiamen became part of the Continental Army the 14 th Continental Regiment. This group of soldiers was from the area known as Marblehead Massachusetts.14th Continental Regiment (Wikipedia) Orderly Book of Captain Moses Brown's Beverly Company: 18 Oct Battle at Pell's Point (City of New York Parks & Recreation) 25 Dec Battle of Trenton (Wikipedia) Glover's Marblehead Regiment in the War of the Revolution () John Glover - Overlooked Hero (National Park Service).Glover's Marblehead Regiment.

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