The American revolution in New York : its political, social and economic significance : for general use as part of the program of the Executive committee on the one hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the American revolution / prepared by the Division of

; Flick, Alexander Clarence, 1869-1942. aui ; Nelson, Peter
Albany, N.Y. : University of the State of New York, 1926.

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Other Authors Flick, Alexander Clarence, 1869-1942.
Nelson, Peter.
Subjects New York (State)
New York (State) -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783.
United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Bibliography.
United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783.
United States.
Description 2 pages l, 371 pages : illustrations, portraits, maps, facsimile ; 23 cm
Copyright Date 1926.
Notes "Chronology of New York in the revolution": pages 251-270.
"Shrines of the revolutionary war": pages 271-286.
Includes index.
"Works relating to the American revolution in the state of New York. Compiled by Peter Nelson": pages 287-304.
Also available in electronic format.
Contents Causes of the revolution -- Rise of the revolutionary committee system -- Provincial congress -- New York's declaration of independence -- Government under the first state constitution of 1777 -- Struggle to finance the revolution -- New York on the battlefield -- How New York supplied the armies -- Loyalists of New York -- Results of the revolution in New York -- Chronology of New York in the revolution -- Shrines of the revolutionary war -- Works relating to the American Revolution in the state of New York -- Declaration of Rights and Grievances of the Stamp Act Congress, 1765 -- Constitution of Albany Sons of Liberty, 1766 -- Resolutions of New York General Assembly, 1768 -- Draft of Constitution of New York Sons of Liberty, 1769 -- " Battle of Golden Hill," 1770 -- Invitation to New York's tea party, 1774 -- Contemporary Account of the Tea Party, 1774 -- New York Committee suggests a "General Congress" 1774 -- Palatine District, Tryon County, organizes a revolutionary committee, 1774 -- Provincial Congress called by the New York City Committee, 1775 -- General Association, 1775 -- Provincial Congress orders all persons to sign the General Association, 1775 -- Provincial Congress assumes power of taxation, 1775 -- New York virtually declares independence, 1776 -- Letter of New York delegates on independence, 1776 -- New York Ratifies the Declaration of Independence, 1776 -- First state constitution, 1777 -- Proclamation of General Burgoyne,1777 -- A patriot's burlesque on Burgoyne's proclamation, 1777 -- Proclamation of the election of the first governor, 1777 -- Commissioners for detecting and defeating conspiracies, 1778 -- New York ratifies the Articles of Confederation, 1778 -- Act To procure shoes and stockings for the New York troops, 1778 -- Act for the forfeiture and sale of the property of loyalists, 1779 -- Governor Clinton defends the patriotism of New York, 1781 -- Suggestions for programs of the 150th anniversary of the revolution.
Genre Bibliography.
Geographic Area New York (State)
Network Numbers (OCoLC)325338
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat


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