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Teaching My Brother Sam is Dead

The Moorehouse Residence ca 1820 - A Connecticut Loyalist, Daniel Moorehouse magistrate, farmer, highway supervisor, gristmill owner and militia major. This typical Loyalist home has a summer kitchen with a large fireplace used for cooking.

Henry Champion (March 16, 1751 – July 13, 1836) was a Revolutionary War solider and financier. He was a battalion commander at the Battle of Bunker Hill and was later the General of the Connecticut Militia. He was the charter member of the Old Wooster Lodge in Colchester and served as Grand Master in 1825.

Small items commonly mentioned in Revolutionary War soldier diaries.

Revolutionary War Soldier

Giving Credit Where Credit Is Due: Women & African American in the American Revolution!

Literature Circle ideas for the American Revolution

American Revolution book