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June 10, 2008


Ingrid Latimer Schulz

I have been seeking information about the Hornet's Nest activities in New Jersey during the American Revolution for years. Please continue your monograph soon.

Doug Hudson

Thumbs up for more Revolutionary War/Colonial era posts! These are fascinating looks at some of the lesser known engagements of the War.

Tim Abbott

I'm really glad to hear that, Jim. I certainly find it compelling stuff to write. Funny for a long-time Civil War buff to be so heavily into the previous Century. I guess it is a bit like all those hardcore birders who became captivated by learning to identify lepidoptera and dragonflies: New challenges and room for new discoveries and besides, they were out there anyway.


I'm enjoying these, Tim, and in their installment form as you suspect. The 'blog is a short form by its nature, anyway; best suited to those like me with the attention span of a moth.

I'm also finding colonial military history rather poignant. The aims are so clear, the reward so obvious.

At least in retrospect.

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