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Title: Letter from General Washington to the Continental Congress.
Citation: American Archives Series 4, Volume 3, Page 1705
Author/Presenter: Washington, George
Type: Correspondence; Military dispatch
Themes: Key people, events, and institutions: Continental Congress; Key people, events, and institutions: George Washington; Military action: action near Boston, Battle of Bunker Hill; Military action: British forces; Military action: British soldiers in Boston; Military action: foraging, plunder, privateering, blockades; Military action: intelligence and planning; Military action: logistics, provisioning, and recruitment; Military action: military organization and discipline; Mobilizing the populace: relief of Boston, Boston as example; Politics and causes of revolt: political rumor; Social reality: health
Date Presented: 1775-07-21
Date Composed: 1775-7-21
Where Written: Cambridge, Massachusetts, North America
Recipient: Continental Congress
Document ID: S4-V2-P01-sp46-D0230
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