Washington or the Revolution

A Drama by Allen, Ethan

Publisher: Kessinger Publishing

Written in English
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  • Drama texts, plays,
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FormatPaperback
Number of Pages528
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ISBN 101417956674
ISBN 109781417956678

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The Culper Code Book. Under the orders of General George Washington, Major Benjamin Tallmadge organized the Culper Spy Ring in to gather information on British troop movements, fortifications, and military plans in the New York area.

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In MarchWashington rejoined the British Army, this time as an unpaid aide-de-camp to General Edward Braddock. However, he was still seen as a second-rate aide and Braddock.