Military historian Patrick O’Donnell looked at the efforts of the Marblehead Regiment of the Continental Army during the American Revolution,… read more
Military historian Patrick O’Donnell looked at the efforts of the Marblehead Regiment of the Continental Army during the American Revolution, who, according to the author, played a crucial role in both battle and as the protectors of General Washington. This event was hosted by George Washington’s Mount Vernon. close
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Kevin Butterfield Executive Director George Washington's Mount Vernon->Fred W. Smith National Library for the Study of George Washington
Patrick K. O'Donnell Author
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