Revolutionary characters of New Haven; the subject of addresses and papers delivered before the General David Humphreys branch, no. 1, Connecticut society, Sons of the American revolution; also list of men so far as they are known from the territory embraced in the town of New Haven, Connecticut, who served in the Continental army and militia and on Continental and state vessels and privateers, and those who rendered other patriotic services during the war of the revolution, and a record of know casualties; together with the location of known graves in and about New Haven of patriots of 1775-1783.
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- Physical Description: 124 pages ; 25 cm
- Publisher: New Haven, Conn. : General David Humphreys branch, no. 1, Connecticut society, Sons of the American revolution, 
- Copyright: [©1911]
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