Hot day on Hessian Hill

Magnuson, A.
August 1991
Yankee;Aug91, Vol. 55 Issue 8, p116
Recounts the August 1777 Battle of Bennington (Vermont) according to the translated journal of Surgeon J.F. Wasmus. How battle began; Pursuit of Americans; American attack; Prisoners.


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