Revolutionary War — Northern Campaign — Evacuation of New York

New York City During the American Revolution, the British marched on the city and directed its evacuation. There was a terrible fire. 1776. September 21.

The Evacuation of New York. Colonel Knowlton led the patriots against the british at Harlem Plains on September 16th. The battle occurred in a clear field where the enemy had lodged themselves behind a fence with bullies. Colonel Knowlton fell nobly on the Harlem Plains and was buried in the trenches of Fort Washington where his remains were left without a marker.

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Jeannette Holland Austin

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Author of 100+ genealogy books. Owner of 8 genealogy websites available by subscription. https://georgiapioneers.com/subscribe/subscribe.html

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