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My last shift betwixt us & death 1 edition

My last shift betwixt us & death
Ephraim Blaine

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I haven't read it yet but I am going to buy it, as Ephraim Blaine is my great x5 grandfather and was the Commissary General of the Revolutionary War. A review says it is "a revealing record of the material resources and manpower necessary for supplying the soldiers encamped at Valley Forge and Wilmington, Delaware." All history books I have ever read leave him out completely as if he didn't exist. Yet he was a friend of George Washington, went to a lot of trouble and danger and is credited with saving many thousands from starvation during the winter when Valley Forge was besieged by the British. This is one of many, many examples of forgotten history.

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My last shift betwixt us & death
the Ephraim Blaine letterbook 1777-1778
[compiled by] Joseph Lee Boyle.

Published 2001 by Heritage Books in Bowie, Md .
Written in English.

Edition Notes

Includes index.

Correspondence., Biography.
Other Titles
My last shift betwixt us and death, Ephraim Blaine letterbook 1777-1778


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Library of Congress
E259 .B58 2001

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xv, 224 p. ;
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