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Greene, Nathanael, 1742-1786



Nathanael Greene was a major general of the Continental Army in the American Revolutionary War. He emerged from the war with a reputation as General George Washington's most gifted and dependable officer, and is known for his successful command in the southern theater of the war.

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Henry Knox letter

Identifier: Mss 781178
Mss 781178
Date(s): 1781-02-28
Scope and Contents

One-page letter from Henry Knox in New Windsor to General Greene informing him that he has seen Mrs. Greene at Coventry and she and their children are well.

Nathanael Greene letter

Identifier: Mss 783359.1
Mss 783359.1
Date(s): 1783-06-09

In English.

Nathanael Greene report

Identifier: Mss 780326
Mss 780326
Date(s): 1780-05-26
Scope and Contents

Nathanael Greene in Springfield, MA reporting on the movement of John Sullivan's troops about 50 miles from Niagara.

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