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Joes Shop Supporting Member of TMP10 Mar 2018 5:07 p.m. PST

The Battle of Hubbardton – The American Rebels Stem the Tide.

Author: John Williams.

Maps: Armand Poulin.

Illustrations: Edward Epstein.

Vermont Division Historic Preservation, 1988.

Out of Print. Rare.

Conditions: Mint – Text is Clear and Bright. Very Good: Minor Edge Wear and Slight Scuffing. Good/Fair: Text Separated from Bottom Staple but Binding is Completely Intact and Functional.


Outsized – Softcover – with Thick Coated Pebbled Covers and and Twin Staple Binding. Text Printed on Thick Heavy Gauge Smooth Finish Coated Paper.

75 Pages.

Acknowledgments Section.

Editor's Note.

Chronology Section.

1 – Black and White Strategic Map (Campaign).

1 – Large 2 Page – Black and White Map (Fort Ticonderoga and Mount Independence).

1 – Black and White Battlefield Location Map.

5 – Detailed Black and White / Color -Topographic Battlefield Phase Maps.

6 – Detailed Black and White Illustrations.

Concluding Statement.

8 – Page Detailed End Notes Section.

Comprehensive Bibliography.

Appendices -

A General Return of the Troops at Fort Ticonderoga and Mount Independence.

Rationale in Support of 4000 Officers and Men Commanded by General St. Clair.

A Return of Non-Comissioned Officers and Private Soldiers in a Battalion (Regiment) Massachusetts Bay Commanded by Colonel Ebenezer Francis.

Rationale in Support of American Strength in Officers and Men at Hubbardton at 1,100 to 1,200.

A Return of Arms and Accouterments of Colonel Seth Warner's Regiment, Colonel Nathan Hale's Regiment and Colonel Alexander Scammell's Regiment.

A Return of the Number of Men under Lieutenant Colonel Udney Hay, Deputy Quartermaster General.

Blacks at Hubbardton.

Rational for Absence of Artillery at Hubbardton.

Rationale for Killed, Wounded and Prisoners.

Rationale for Warner's Remaining at Hubbardton Contrary to St. Clair's Order.

Analysis and Explanation of the Gerlach Map.

Bomoseen Map.

Weight: 1.0 Pound.

Pictures Available Upon Request.

Price INCLUDES Shipping and Handling via USPS Media Rate Mail with Tracking (CONUS only).

Note: I ship world-wide. 'CONUS only' refers to the inclusive price if shipped to an address within the United States. All other locations: exact postage is charged which requires a trip to my local Post Office to determine same-Serious Inquiries Only Please.

Price: $35.35 USD (Postpaid with Tracking)

Payment: Pay Pal

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Thanks for Looking!

J. P. Kelly

Supercilius Maximus Supporting Member of TMP15 Mar 2018 2:51 p.m. PST

I already have this, but anyone out there thinking of buying it – do it now!!! This is an excellent book and has everything you need to re-fight this battle (other than missing the fact that only half of each of the two British flank battalions was present).

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