Ethan Allen and the Green-Mountain Heroes of '76., with a Sketch of the Early History of Vermont.

By: De Puy, Henry W.

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First edition (Sabin 19651; Howes D-265). Map, frontispiece, and view of Ticonderoga all included. Front matter foxed, a few other pages faintly foxed, corners a bit rubbed. 1853 Hard Cover. xvii, [18]-428 pp. 8vo. Brown blind-stamped cloth, gilt titles and decorations on spine. Ethan Allen was a co-founder of the state of Vermont, the leader of the Green Mountain Boys militia organization, and an American Revolutionary War hero best known for capturing Fort Ticonderoga from Benedict Arnold. This biography includes an account of his life, an early history of Vermont, an engraved frontispiece of Kinney's statue of Allen, an engraved illustration of Old Ticonderoga, and a map showing the route of General Burgoyne previous to his surrender of Saratoga.

Title: Ethan Allen and the Green-Mountain Heroes of '76., with a Sketch of the Early History of Vermont.

Author: De Puy, Henry W.

Categories: Americana, Military, Early Imprints, Revolutionary Era through 1800, Military,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Phinney & Co.: 1853

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Seller ID: 2283789

Keywords: BIOGRAPHY ETHAN ALLAN FOUNDER VERMONT VT AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY REVOLUTION FORT TICONDEROGA BATTLE BENEDICT ARNOLD,