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70. Camp à Trenton, le 1er Septembre, 12 1/2 miles de Princetown, undated

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Twenty-fifth Camp at Trenton. 1-2 September 1781. Twelve and a half miles from the preceding camp at Princeton. The stream flowing into the Delaware, shown on the map between the letters "n" and "t" of "Trenton," is the Assunpink. The infantry regiments camped beside the "Burlington Road" to the east of the Assunpink. The artillery unit was opposite the Trent House (then the residence of Colonel John Cox), shown here with its formally laid-out grounds.

Dotted lines indicate the position occupied by one brigade a year later, when the army camped again in Trenton, 3-7 September 1782, on its northbound march.

Arrangement

The documents and maps are arranged chronologically by packet/item number that continue (for the most part) the numbering begun in the previous series.

General

These papers are housed in the original red portfolio cases (and order) in which they were presented to the Library in 1939.

Collection History

Appraisal

No appraisal information is available.

Processing Information

This collection was word-processed by Anna Bialek in July and August of 2005. Finding aid written by Howard Rice in 1957.

During 2022, restrictions for this collection were lifted as part of a restrictions review project.

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Conditions Governing Access

The collection is open for research.

Conditions Governing Use

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Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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Credit this material:

70. Camp à Trenton, le 1er Septembre, 12 1/2 miles de Princetown; Louis-Alexandre Berthier Collection, C0022, Manuscripts Division, Department of Special Collections, Princeton University Library

Location:
Firestone Library
One Washington Road
Princeton, NJ 08544, USA
(609) 258-3184
Storage Note:
  • Firestone Library (hsvm): Box IX

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Existence and Location of Copies

This collection is also available in microfilm.

Separated Materials

Relation de l'Escadre Française, aux ordres du Cher. Destouches, & de l'affaire qui a eue lieu le 16 Mars 1781, entre cette Escadre & celle des Anglais, commandée par l'Amiral Arbuthnot was transferred to rare books (1081.755 EX).

Bibliography

MS, No. 21-25. Rochambeau's copy is in the Library of Paul Mellon, Upperville, Virginia. [Rice/Brown, p. 150]

Names:
France. Armée
Rochambeau, Jean-Baptiste-Donatien de Vimeur,‏ comte de,‏ 1725-1807‏