1 edition of Any Minute I S found in the catalog.
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|Pagination||xvi, 52 p. :|
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[ ] American Revolutionary War period [ ] This stamp was one of a set of three issued in 1925. The Minutemen and Their World. The Massachusetts Provincial Congress found that the colony's militia resources were short just before theon October 26, 1774, after observing the British military buildup. Rumour has it that the picture is cursed and in fact there were a series of news stories about it back in 1985.
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• In addition, many British commanders learned from experience and effectively modified their light infantry tactics and battle dress to suit conditions in North America.
The real power of the confederation was that all four of the colonies promised to contribute soldiers to an alert force that would fight anywhere in the colonies.
[ ] The royal authorities in Boston had seen these increasing numbers of militia appearing and thought that the militia would not interfere if they sent a sizable force to Concord to seize munitions and stores there which they considered the King's property, since it was paid for to defend the colonies from the American Indian threat.