Secret history of the American revolution, an account of the conspiracies of Benedict Arnold and numerous others, drawn from the Secret service papers of the British headquarters in North America, now for the first time examined and made public, by Carl Van Doren.
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|Garrett Public Library||973.38 VAN (Text)||30010000164221||Nonfiction||Available||-|
- Physical Description: 3 p. l., [v]-xiv p., 2 l., -534 p. illus. (map) ports., facsims. 24 cm.
- Publisher: New York, The Viking press, 1941.
|General Note:|| Based largely on the Clinton papers in the William L. Clements library at the University of Michigan. Other sources cited are the Washington papers and the Papers of the Continental Congress at the Library of Congress. cf. Pref.
"This first edition is limited to five hundred ninety numbered copies signed by the author." This copy not numbered.
"Appendix ... Arnold-André correspondence [and] Clinton's narrative": p. -495.
|Bibliography, etc. Note:|| "General bibliography": p. -499. "Chapter references": p. -512.
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