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The battle of Pell"s Point (or Pelham) October 18, 1776.

Being the story of a stubborn fight. With a map, and illustrations from original photographs and family portraits.

by William Abbatt

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Published by W. Abbatt in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pell"s Point, Battle of, N.Y., 1776

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBy William Abbatt ...
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE241.P3 A2
    The Physical Object
    Pagination6 p.l., 5-26 numb. l.
    Number of Pages26
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24130855M
    LC Control Number01027896

      One of my main interests is publishing books on the International Brigades. Many of the books are an added advantage in discovering the area and understanding the conflict better. Copies are available to buy for clients on the tours and also direct by post. For a complete listing of books available please go to orderly books (1) Patron's Perspective (10) pensions (5) research (81) Robert Clive (1) The Battle of Pell's Point to be followed up by an advance at Pell's Point designed to turn the American flank. In this letter, dated five days later, he provides some descriptions of the latter engagement. In the course of this battle, Colonel John.

    Battle of Pell’s Point Encampment. An encampment that commemorates the nearby Battle of Pell’s Point. It includes talks on the American Revolution, musket firing and militia drill, period music and dancing, dramatizations, crafts and cooking, historic children's games and toys, with dozens of costumed re-enactors, representing the armies that fought in the Revolutionary War. Full text is unavailable for this digitized archive article. Subscribers may view the full text of this article in its original form through TimesMachine.

      The experiences of the British at the battle during the Boer War surely showed just such a disparity as those claimed at the battle of Pell’s Point. The day after the battle, General Lee, who was next in command to Washington, came to the camp and publicly thanked Colonel Glover, his officers and soldiers under his command for their noble.   Detail from a period map showing the disposition of American and British forces in the lead up to the engagement at White Plains, New York. Pell’s Point is to the left of the title box; John Glover’s troops are indicated, and their movements north .


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The battle of Pell"s Point (or Pelham) October 18, 1776 by William Abbatt Download PDF EPUB FB2

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This book, "The battle of Pell's Point", by William Abbatt, is a replication of a book originally published before Author: William Abbatt. Pell’s Point was a strategically important Revolutionary War battle fought about a mile from St. Paul’s Church National Historic Site on Octo A small American The battle was part of the New York area campaign of August through December The Battle of Pell’s Point stands as one in a series of engagements in the New York campaign between August and October of British forces defeated the Patriots in consecutive battles in Brooklyn and Manhattan.

Yet, the Continental Army avoided being completely destroyed by timing their retreats and taking advantage of the British reluctance to advance. In this little-known Revolutionary War battle in the Bronx, skillful planning and marksmanship by American militia delayed a British landing long enough for George Washington's army to escape destruction.

Click to expand photos The Battle of Pell's Point (aka the Battle of Pelham) was fought on Octo between American forces commanded by Col.

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Abbatt, Original from: the University of California: Digitized: Length: 44 pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote. “The Battle of Pell’s Point (Pelham) Octo ”    Published by author, NY. “The Battle of Pell's Point (Octo ), also known as the Battle of Pelham, was a skirmish fought between British and American troops during the New York and New Jersey campaign of the American Revolutionary War.

The conflict took place in what is now part of Pelham Bay Park in the Bronx, New York City. The Battle Of Pell's Point (or Pelham) Octo Being The Story Of A Stubborn Fight.1/5(1).

This text is part of Parks’ Historical Signs Project and can be found postedwithin the park. Glover’s Rock marks the site of the Battle of Pell’s Point on Octo Before the American Revolution, the Siwanoy Native Americans used the rock as a lookout point along their trading route.

Facts about the Battle of Pell's Point. Armies - American Forces was commanded by Col. John Glover and consisted of about Continentals. British Forces was commanded by Gen. William Howe and consisted of about 4, Soldiers. Casualties - American casualties were estimated to be 8 killed and 13 wounded.

British casualties was approximately 5 killed and 20 wounded. The Revolutionary War map used for this comparison is from a circa Charles Blaskowitz map that shows the movements of the British army from Throg’s Neck, to the roads leading to White Plains.

Below is a segment of his map showing the place where the battle of Pell’s Point. Little scholarly attention was given to the battle until when William Abbatt published a book about the battle. See: Abbatt, William, The Battle of Pell's Point (or Pelham) Octo Being the Story of a Stubborn Fight.

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The battle of Pell's Point (or Pelham) Octo Being the story of a stubborn fight. With a map, and illustrations from original photographs and family portraits by. The Battle of Pell’s Point By David Osborn Site Manager, St. Paul’s Church National Historic Site Pell’s Point was a strategically important but often overlooked Revolutionary War battle fought about a mile from St.

Paul’s Church National Historic Site on Octo A. The Battle of Pell’s Point stands as one in a series of engagements in the New York Campaign between August and October of British forces defeated the Patriots in consecutive battles in Brooklyn and Manhattan.

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Last month I worked up some drawings based on the photographs in William Abbatt’s book “The Battle of Pell’s Point, Octo”. The exercise helped me to formally examine the compositions of the nine photos, as well to analyze the various scenes.The battle of Pell's Point (or Pelham) Octo Being the story of a stubborn fight.

With a map, and illustrations from original photographs and family portraits.The Battle of Pell's Point (Octo ), also known as the Battle of Pelham, was a skirmish fought between British and American troops during the New York and New Jersey campaign of the American Revolutionary conflict took place in what is now part of Pelham Bay Park in the Bronx, New York City.

On Octo British forces landed at Throgs Neck in order to execute a flanking.