The Board of Associated Loyalists fought behind the lines against American Independence

New, M. Christopher
February 2004
Military History;Feb2004, Vol. 20 Issue 6, p18
Offers a look at the battle between Great Britain's Board of Associated Loyalists in New Jersey and the U.S. during the American War for Independence. Responsibilities of the associators; Emergence of the New Jersey Volunteers or NJV in 1776; Range of violence and atrocities attributed to NJV raids; Influence of Patriot Captain Joshua Huddy's murder on ending the effectiveness of the Board of Associated Loyalists.


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