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Benjamin Tallmadge, revolutionary soldier and American businessman

Charles Swain Hall

Benjamin Tallmadge, revolutionary soldier and American businessman

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Published by Columbia University Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tallmadge, Benjamin, 1754-1835.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Charles Swain Hall ...
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE302.6.T2 H3
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx p., 1 l., 375 p.
    Number of Pages375
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6452323M
    LC Control Number43009105
    OCLC/WorldCa2589689

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[Charles Swain Hall]. Book Review: General Washington’s Commando: Benjamin Tallmadge in the Revolutionary War by Richard F. Welch. Jefferson (McFarland & Company, ). While most historians agree that American victory in the Revolutionary War would not have been possible without George Washington’s military leadership, it is less frequently noted that Washington 9/Benjamin Tallmadge, revolutionary soldier and American businessman, by Charles Swain Hall Columbia University Press New York Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.

Benjamin Tallmadge, (born FebruSetauket, New York, U.S.—died March 7,Litchfield, Connecticut), American Continental Army officer who oversaw the Culper Spy Ring during the American Revolution and later served as a member of the U.S. House of Representatives.

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Benjamin Tallmadge (–) was an American revolutionary, congressman, author, and spy. During the Revolutionary War, he founded the Culper Spy Ring, an intelligence network based in New York City, and organized guerilla attacks against the British.5/5(1).

The second of five sons, Benjamin Tallmadge was born to Susannah Smith Tallmadge and the Rev. Benjamin Tallmadge at Brookhaven (Long Island), New York on Febru His father was a pastor, and conducted Tallmadge's early education, leaving him particularly "well versed" in Latin and Greek.

A letter from George Washington to General Benjamin Tallmadge written on Septem In the belief that advance knowledge of British troop movements was essential, Washington instructs Benjamin Tallmadge, the Revolutionary Army's spymaster in New York on the management of Robert Townsend, a key agent active in New York City and Setauket, Long.

Benjamin Tallmadge, Memoir of Benjamin Tallmadge, Prepared by Himself at the Request of his Children (New York: Thomas Holman, ).

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Benjamin Tallmadge (Febru – March 7, ) was an American military officer, spymaster, and politician. He is best known for his service as an officer in the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary this conflict, he acted as leader of the Culper Ring, a celebrated network of spies in New York where major British forces were based.

General Washington's Commando book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The multi-faceted Revolutionary War career of Benjamin /5.

Memoir of Benjamin Tallmadge - Memoir of Benjamin Tallmadge – Secret history of the American Revolution: an account of the conspiracies of Benedict Arnold and numerous others, drawn from the Secret Service papers of the British headquarters in North America, now for the first time examined and made public ().

Only 21 at the start of the America's Revolutionary War, Benjamin Tallmadge was an enthusiastic patriot. Appointed by George Washington to organize intelligence in British-occupied New York, Tallmadge formed the famous Culper Spy Ring, whom /5.

Benjamin Franklin was the American icon after whom the remaining room was named. His efforts in what is known today as covert action were wide-ranging and usually successful.

During the Revolutionary War period, Franklin engaged in propaganda operations and agent-of-influence activities and directed paramilitary operations against British property. Benjamin Tallmadge Tallmadge was a Continental Army officer who in recruited Abraham Woodhall of Setauket and thereby established the Culper Spy Ring.

He ran the Culper ring until the end of the war. Hall, Charles S. Benjamin Tallmadge: Revolutionary Soldier and American Businessman.

New York: Columbia University Press, Here is how William Patchin, a year-old foot soldier from Connecticut, saw his commanding officer, Maj. Benjamin Tallmadge of Setauket: He was a large, strong, and powerful man and rode a.

The multi-faceted Revolutionary War career of Benjamin Tallmadge included operations as a dragoon commander, intelligence and counter-intelligence officer, and master of combined land-sea operations.

Tallmadge fought in the battles of Long Island, White Plains, and Germantown, and defended the Patriot population in the no-man's-land of Brand: McFarland & Company, Incorporated Publishers.

Explore genealogy for Benjamin Tallmadge born Presbyterian parsonage in Setauket, Long Island died Litchfield, Connecticut, United States including ancestors + 4 photos + 5 genealogist comments + more in the free family tree community. Benjamin Tallmadge Revolutionary Soldier & American Businessman by Charles Swain Hall, (To see what daily life was like during the American Revolution, select Topics-> Exploring New Lives-> 17th & 18th Centuries-> Revolutionary America).

Heritage Quest Trace your ancestors with this helpful database of genealogical resources. From George Washington to Major Benjamin Tallmadge, 13 June Skip navigation.

Go to main content. Home fewer than anticipated (see Davies, Documents of the American Revolution, description begins K. Davies, ed. Documents of the American Benjamin Tallmadge: Revolutionary Soldier and American Businessman. New York. The Culper Ring was a spy ring organized by Major Benjamin Tallmadge under orders from General George Washington in the summer ofduring the British occupation of New York City at the height of the American Revolutionary War.

The "Culper" name was suggested by Washington, who devised it from Culpeper County, Virginia. The two main members of the ring Founder: George Washington.

Samuel Tallmadge(), the third son of the Rev. Benjamin and Susannah (Smith) Tallmadge, was born Novemat Brookhaven, Suffolk county, Long Island.

Although given a good education by his cultured father, he did not, like his elder brother Benjamin, go Children: John Tallmadge, Willaim B.

Tallmadge, Susan B. Tallmadge, Isaac Tallmadge, Mary Tallmadge. General Washington's Commando: Benjamin Tallmadge in the Revolutionary War Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.

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To Benjamin Tallmadge, a young officer of the Continental Army, the general assigned an impossible mission: Infiltrate New York, establish a spy network, and report everything the British know. Throughout the war, Tallmadge and his spies collected intelligence on troop movements, sneak attacks, and the treachery of Benedict Arnold.5/5(1).

Tallmadge and his agents, which included men and women, both slave and free, many of whom still remain unknown, gathered information, conducted occasional commando raids, had a hand in the capture of John Andre, and so forth in support of the Revolutionary cause.

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Benjamin Tallmadge, Revolutionary Soldier and American Businessman by Charles Swain Hall (pp. ) Review by: James B. Hedges DOI: / The multi-faceted Revolutionary War career of Benjamin Tallmadge included operations as a dragoon commander, intelligence and counter-intelligence officer, and master of combined land-sea operations.

Tallmadge fought in the battles of Long Island, White Plains, and Germantown, and defended the Patriot population in the no-man's-land of. American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library.

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Representative from Connecticut in Congress after the war. Background Information: Bibliography. Download the bibliography (PDF). Abbott, John S. History of the State of Ohio from the Discovery of the Great Valley to the Present t: Northwestern Publishing Co., STM S A Acts of the State of Ohio, Passed and Revised: First Session of the Third General Assembly, Begun and Held at the Town of Author: Angela Burdiss.

Benjamin Tallmadge: Revolutionary Soldier and American Businessman by Charles Swain Hall; Kosciuszko in the American Revolution by Miecislaus Haiman (p. ) Review by: Harold M. Long DOI: / Memoir of Colonel Benjamin Tallmadge. New York: T. Holman book and printer, Reprint, edited by Henry Phelps Johnston, Gilliss Press, Correspondents include Benjamin Tallmadge.

American Philosophical Society Library Philadelphia, Benjamin Tallmadge, Revolutionary Soldier and American Businessman. New York: Columbia University. This letter has not been found, but Tallmadge apparently enclosed Abraham Woodhull’s (“Samuel Culper”) letters of 12 Sept.

(No. 23) and 19 Sept., as well as Robert Townsend’s (“Samuel Culper, Jr.”) letters of 11 Sept. and 18 September. For the growing importance of the Culper intelligence reports in GW’s spy network, see Culper Spy Ring Intelligence, August.

I discovered quite a bit about Benjamin Brooks, thanks to a Highland County, Ohio history as well as various websites. Apparently Brooks’ Revolutionary War service qualifies me for a DAR membership (someone else has already claimed him, so much of the work is done).

After the War, he went to Ohio where he claimed Bounty land. A page from the code book of the Culper Spy Ring during the American Revolutionary War.

On the left of the page are the names of people and places side-by-side with numbers that serve as their code representations. Colonel Benjamin Tallmadge, an influential member of the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War, with his son William Tallmadge.

This is a portrait by American painter Ralph Earl. Colonel Benjamin Tallmadge, leader of the Culper Ring with son William. As a major he was Geo Washington's spy master during the American Revolution. William Tallmadge, Benjamin’s older brother, also served with the American forces.

His service, however, was not long-lived. While Benjamin, under Washington’s command, retreated from the British invaders on Long Island, his brother William starved to death on one of the Crown’s infamous prison ships in New York harborJan 7, - Explore debbakerdavis's board "American Revolutionary War", followed by people on Pinterest.

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