3 edition of Philip Kearny: soldier and patriot. found in the catalog.
Written in English
|Other titles||New Jersey historical society. [from old catalog]|
|LC Classifications||E467.1.K24 P2|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||49|
|LC Control Number||01022117|
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EiEP tAL PHILIP KEARNY. The task before me is a labor of love. Pliilip Kearny, as a soldier and a patriot: this is my theme a fit one for the Historical Society of New-J ersey. Get this from a library. Philip Kearny: soldier and patriot.
An address delivered before the New-Jersey Historical Society, Janu. [Cortlandt Parker; New Jersey Historical Society.].
General Philip Kearny: battle soldier of five wars, including the conquest of the West by Thomas Kearny (Book) Philip Kearny: soldier and patriot. An address delivered before the New-Jersey Historical Society, Janu by Cortlandt Parker ().
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Contributor: Parker, Cortlandt - New Jersey Historical Society Date: Philip Kearny: soldier and patriot. An address delivered before the New-Jersey historical society. Also available in Philip Kearny: soldier and patriot. book form. Contributor: New Jersey Historical Society - Parker, Cortlandt Date: PHILIP MULKEY.
Mrs. Daisy Mulkey Easley. Born in Nokomis, Illinois. Wife of Charles Grant Easley. DAR ID Number: Descendant of Rev. Philip Mulkey, 2nd. Philip Mulkey, 2nd, (), served as chaplain and soldier in the North Carolina militia. He. Selfridge has prepared a lecture on "Philip Kearny, Soldier and Patriot," and the cause for which he fought, covering events of over half a century.
The purpose of the lecture, aside from doing honor to "Fighting Phil. Kearny," is to further the cause of Americanization. - Blog post at Daily Observations from The Civil War: Philip Kearny, Jr.
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Early life and background. De Peyster was born in Manhattan into a wealthy old New York City family. His father was Frederic de Peyster, a wealthy New York City lawyer, investor and philanthropist.
 He was a first cousin of Maj. Gen. Philip Kearny.  His great great grandfather was Abraham de Peyster, an early Mayor of New York City, whose brother was Johannes de Peyster, also Mayor. General Philip Kearny, Battle Soldier of Five Wars Including the Conquest of the West by General Stephen Watts Kearny.
by Thomas Kearny, Frank Monaghan (pp. ) Review by: James W. Silver. For his son, see John Watts de Peyster Jr. John Watts de Peyster Sr. (March 9, – May 4, ) was an author on the art of war, philanthropist, and the Adjutant General of New York.
He served in the New York State Militia during the Mexican–American War and American Civil was one of the first military critics and noted for his histories of the Revolutionary and Civil Wars, and Allegiance: United States of America, Union.
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None other than Phil Kearny. Bill presently operates. Page 48 48 BIOGRAPHY OF MAJOR-GENERAL PHILIP KEARNY. uncle of the writer, who commanded a company in the regular service, during the war of '15, before he was of age, "if ever there was a man whom I considered really chivalrous, in fact, a MAN in all that that noble term conveys, that natural soldier and gentleman was STEPHEN WATTS KEARNY.
Full text of "Personal and military history of Philip Kearny, major-general United States volunteers." See other formats. Some consider this type of badge to be the forerunner of the World War II-era “dog tags.” Fabricated of gilt brass or white metal, they were typically worn on the chest suspended from a patriotic clasp featuring an eagle or a favorite commander such as George B.
McClellan or Philip Kearny. Arthur Herman is the bestselling author of The Cave and the Light, Freedom’s Forge, How the Scots Invented the Modern World, The Idea of Decline in Western History, To Rule the Waves, and Gandhi & Churchill, which was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize.
Dr. Herman taught the Western Heritage Program at the Smithsonian’s Campus on the Mall, and he has been a professor of history at Brand: Random House Publishing Group.