Table of contents for "Strong and brave fellows" : New Hampshire's black soldiers and sailors of the American Revolution, 1775-1784 / Glenn A. Knoblock.


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Contents
Acknowledgmentsvii
Preface1
Source Abbreviations3
Introduction5
I. Black Life in New Hampshire Before and During
the Revolution7
Pre-war Slavery in New Hampshire00
Black Soldiers and the Continental Congress00
Black Enlistment in New Hampshire00
Service as Free Men00
Service for Freedom00
Service with No Freedom00
Status as Soldiers00
Service as Sailors00
The Black Veteran and Pensioner00
Blacks as Pioneer Settlers00
Religion and the Black Veteran00
Death and the Black Veteran00
Descendants of Black Veterans00
The Black Soldier as a Patriotic Symbol00
II. Campaigns and Engagements00
The Battle of Lexington and Concord, April ¡9, ¡77500
The Battle of Bunker Hill, June ¡7, ¡77500
The Invasion of Canada, September ¡775 to June ¡77600
New York City Campaign, September ¡5 to October 28, ¡77600
The Frigate Raleigh, May ¡776 to September ¡77800
The Battle of Trenton, December 26, ¡77600
Fort Ticonderoga and the Battle of Hubbardton, July ¡77700
The Battle of Bennington, August ¡6, ¡77700
Victory at Saratoga, September ¡9 to October ¡7, ¡77700
Winter at Valley Forge, December ¡777 to June ¡77800
The Sloop of War Ranger, May ¡777 to May ¡78000
The Battle of Monmouth, June ¡77800
Continental Service, July ¡778 to May ¡77900
The Battle of Rhode Island, August 29, ¡77800
Sullivan's Campaign Against the Six Nations, June to
  October ¡77900
Militia Service, ¡77900
Continental and Militia Service, ¡78000
New York City and the Siege of Yorktown, ¡78¡00
Additional Continental and Militia Service, ¡78¡00
Final Continental Service, ¡782 to ¡78400
III. The Men000
Introduction000
New Hampshire Soldiers000
Soldiers with Service to New Hampshire and Other Colonies000
Soldiers from New Hampshire Who Served for Other Colonies000
Appendix ¡: Black Soldiers Who Died During the War000
Appendix 2: Breakdown by Regiment of Black Soldiers Who Served
  for New Hampshire000
Appendix 3: Black Soldiers Before the Revolution000
Appendix 4: Black Place Names in New Hampshire000
Bibliography000
Index000
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: United States History Revolution, 1775-1783 Participation, African American, New Hampshire History Revolution, 1775-1783 Participation, African American, African American soldiers New Hampshire History 18th century, African American sailors New Hampshire History 18th century, United States History Revolution, 1775-1783 Campaigns, United States History Revolution, 1775-1783 Registers, New Hampshire History Revolution, 1775-1783 Registers, African Americans New Hampshire Genealogy, African Americans New Hampshire History 18th century