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J.U. Rees Article List Miscellaneous Subjects

J.U. Rees Article List Miscellaneous Subjects

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World of the Common Soldier
(Articles, Published and Unpublished)
John U. Rees136 North Sugan Road,New Hope, Pa. 18938Phone: (215) 862-2348Email:  ju_rees@msn.com  Miscellaneous Subjects(List 8 of 15)
 "`Sospecting the prisner to be a tory ...': A Continental Army Court Martial, July 1777,"
The Continental Soldier 
, vol. IX, no. 1 (Winter/Spring 1997), 45-46, and,
  Military
 
Collector & Historian
, vol. 60, no. 3 (Fall 2008), 167.
“`I … am Determined to serve you … If Possible.’
- John Coryell (1778): General
Washington’s Request for Assistance during the Valley Forge Winter,”
 History inthe Making
(The Newsletter of the New Hope Historical Society), vol. 4, no. 1 (May2006), 4-5.
“Echoes of 1778, Three Years After,”
 Bravo Pastimes
(Battlefield Restoration andArchaeological Volunteer Organization Newsletter), vol. 2.06 (February 2006), 3."`Politeness', 'Mirth' and 'Vocal Musick':
 
Sidelights of General John Sullivan's IndianCampaign of 1779,"
The
 
Continental Soldier 
,vol. XII, no. 1 (Spring 1999), 37-39.
“`Our wants of the common conveniences were sometimes curiously supplied …’:
A
Revolutionary Soldier’s Wooden Bowl,”
 Military Collector &
 
 Historian
, vol. 61, no. 3(Fall 2009), 210-214. Revised and published in
Solebury Chronicle
(Newsletter of theSolebury Township Historical Society), vol. 12, no. 1 (Winter 2010), 4-5.
“’
Think of me kindly for my spirit may want help ere this terrible work is done.
’:Commemorating Solebury’s Soldiers,”
Solebury Chronicle
(Newsletter of the SoleburyTownship Historical Society), vol. 12, no. 2 (Spring 2010)
”’
There was a family dance at Phillips Mill
…’: Family and Township History: It’s Easy
and Fun to Do
,”
Solebury Chronicle
(Newsletter of the Solebury Township HistoricalSociety), vol. 12, no. 3 (Fall 2010)

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