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Washington, George

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DCA07
189*
LJA02
378
LJA03
32
55
PJA02
105

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mentioned135

AFC03
AFC05
AFC07
DJA01
320
DJA02
DJA03
DJA04
37
PJA06
137
PJA08
PJA09
PJA10
PJA11
208
PJA12
DCA02
9
112
DCA03
105*
196*
329*
xxxiv*
xxxvii*
DCA04
69*
174*
DCA05
139*
154*
361*
DCA06
82*
329*
337*

letters to Continental Congress17

and JA14

recommendations and appointments14

generalship of, evaluated12

Letters12

From JA (1776)2

PJA03
395
PJA04
101

To JA (1776)2

PJA03

From Board of War (1776)1

PJA04
321

From JA (1775)1

PJA03
30

From John Hancock (1776)1

PJA04
10

From Mass. delegation (1775)1

PJA03
47

From New England delegates (1777)1

PJA05
261

To Board of War (1776)1

PJA04
422

To Board of War (1776)1

PJA04
422

To JA (1781)1

PJA12
39

naval activities of9

and relations with congress8

PJA03

Dana sent unidentified miniature of8

powers delegated to8

PJA05
PJA06
70
72 (allegedly)

relations with Mass.8

PJA04

and operations against N.Y.7

PJA09
PJA10

appointment of7

PJA03
4
6
7
25
27
58
79

and Conciliatory Acts6

and Knyphausen raid into N.J.6

PJA09
510
PJA10

goes to Mass.6

PJA03

and Board of War5

and British articles of capitulation at Yorktown5

PJA12

and Lafayette5

AFC06
DJA03
180
DJA04
83
PJA08
26

and Rochambeau's army5

PJA09
PJA10
17
24

characterized5

PJA03
PJA04
157

WSS and5

AFC07
8
9
65
70
xii

and alarm for Philadelphia (1777)4

AFC02

and Conway4

PJA05
PJA06

and Duché's letter of tergiversation4

AFC01
157
AFC02

and enlistments4

and intercepted letter from Benjamin Harrison4

PJA03

and “the Conway Cabal”4

DJA02
310
DJA03
371
DJA04

CFA comments on4

DCA05
108-109*
132*
134*
137-138*

complains of shortages4

PJA03
PJA04
104

letter of farewell and resignation from army4

AFC05

on pay, bounties, and promotion policy4

PJA03
360
PJA04

unidentified portrait of4

PJA13

and arrest of Benjamin Church3

PJA03

and assault on Dorchester Heights3

AFC01

and Battle of Yorktown3

PJA12

and British evacuation of Phila.3

PJA06

and command in Boston after evacuation3

PJA04

and exchange of prisoners3

DJA03

and “Hickey plot”3

AFC02

and Philadelphia campaign (1777)3

AFC02

and riflemen3

PJA03

and sectional differences3

PJA05
29
42
86

anniversary balls3

DCA01
452
DCA02

Asgill case and3

PJA13

at Morristown, N.J.3

AFC02

correspondence with Carleton and Digby3

PJA13

correspondence with Drummond3

DJA03

Dana wants miniature portrait of3

PJA12

departure for army before Boston3

AFC01

elected commander in chief of Continental Army3

DJA02
DJA03

honored by medal and thanks of Congress after evacuation of Boston3

DJA03
257 (illus. facing)
xii

JA compared with3

DJA03

on Southern campaign3

personality and character3

DJA03
DJA04
5

refuses letter from Lord Howe3

PJA04

and army reorganization2

PJA06

and battle of Brandywine2

AFC02

and Battle of Germantown2

PJA05
307
PJA06

and Battle of Kip's Bay2

PJA05
4
38

and Benjamin Harrison2

DJA03

and Benjamin Rush2

DCA06
50-51*
54*

and Boston refugees2

PJA03

and Carleton-Digby letter2

AFC04

and fort at Stony Point, N.Y.2

PJA08

and Gordon-Hamilton controversy2

PJA09
27
29

and G. W. Lafayette2

AFC03

and loss of Fort Washington2

PJA05

and New York campaign2

AFC02

and reorganization of army2

PJA03

and Robert Temple2

AFC02

army in N.J.2

DJA02
256
DJA03
330

arrives to defend Phila.2

PJA05

attempts to increase enlistments2

AFC02

avoids Schuyler-Gates disputes2

PJA05

British sack Mt. Vernon2

PJA11

called by JA “Our Fabius”2

AFC02

calls up militia2

PJA03

capability of forces for attack on N.Y.2

PJA10

CFA’s comments on birthday2

DCA02

comments on2

PJA07
PJA08
77

commission of2

PJA03
8
395

Cornwallis surrenders to2

AFC04

correspondence with Lord Howe2

DJA03

David Humphreys encourages to write history of Revolution2

AFC07
37
45

exchange of Laurens and Cornwallis and2

PJA13

false quotation from, in Affaires 2

PJA07

“Farewell Address”2

DJA03

headquarters in Cambridge2

DJA02

in British cartoon2

PJA05
293 (illus.)
xi

JA on military abilities of2

AFC01
207
AFC02
165

letters to JA listed (1776)2

PJA08
382 (2)
383

lost miniature of2

AFC05

officers make recommendations to2

PJA05

paintings of2

DCA01
448
DCA02
57

plot against life of2

PJA04

pronunciation of his name in France2

DJA02
318
DJA04
171

proposed delegation of dictatorial powers to2

AFC03
AFC04

reacts to Howe pardons2

PJA05

refuses incorrectly addressed letter from Adm. Howe2

PJA13

Rochambeau's army joins at Verplanck's Point2

PJA13

statue2

DCA02

AA on military abilities of1

AFC02
151

AA's favorable first impression of1

AFC01
246

abused by loyalists in England1

AFC04
382

account of victories sent to JA1

AFC04

acts to preserve Franco-American alliance1

PJA07
113

and affair at Lechmere Point1

AFC01

and Amer. Rev.1

PJA11
260

and appointment of generals to command in Mass.1

AFC01
410

and battle of Long Island1

AFC02
114

and Board of War and Ordnance1

DJA03
405

and Brand Hollis1

DJA03
197

and British expenditures at Phila.1

PJA10

and British occupation of Philadelphia1

AFC02
350

and Broglie's scheme to assume command of army1

DJA04
79

and Duché1

DJA02
127

and Estaing1

DJA04

and evacuation of Boston1

PJA09
498

and Fleury1

DJA04
104

and Gouverneur Morris1

DCA05
34*

and Herman Zedtwitz1

AFC02
123

and Jay's Treaty1

DJA04
253

and John Sullivan1

DJA03
354

and Joseph Reed1

DJA03
320

and ladies’ campaign to clothe troops1

AFC03
380

and Matthews conspiracy1

PJA07
264

and Mississippi Co.1

PJA06
14

and Mottin de La Balme1

AFC02

and mutiny of Penn. Line1

PJA11
154

and Philadelphia campaign1

DJA02

and proposal of American peerage1

DJA04

and Saratoga Convention troops1

AFC03
114

and Society of the Cincinnati1

AFC06
141

and Staten Island conference1

DJA03

and successful N.J. campaign1

AFC02

and The Cedars affair1

AFC02

and the Howes' conciliatory mission1

AFC01
383

and WSS1

DJA03
183

army reinforced1

PJA10
135

as Amer. genius1

AFC07
175

as commander of Continental Army1

PJA11
113

as diarist1

DJA01

asks full complement of Mass. militia1

AFC04
158

at Germantown, Penn.1

AFC02
357

authorized to exchange Burgoyne1

PJA12
299

authorizes medals for soldiers1

PJA05
173

Board of War's efforts to provide permanent body of troops for1

AFC02
x

Caughnawagas visit headquarters of in Cambridge1

AFC01
343

centennial1

DCA04
245-246*

charges C. Lee with disobeying orders at Monmouth1

PJA07
164

chose site of White House1

DCA01
xiv

circular letter to the New England states1

AFC04
159

conference on war in Canada1

DJA03

conference with Rochambeau1

PJA10
393

Congress appoints committee to confer with1

AFC01
302

correspondence with JA1

DCA06
240*

correspondence with Lafayette1

PJA12
355

declines to appoint Schuyler's successor1

AFC02
300

design of medal for1

PJA04
102

directs Estaing to R.I.1

PJA07
147

elected commander in chief1

AFC01

elected to Amer. Philosophical Soc.1

AFC03

elected to Amer. Phil. Soc.1

PJA10
84

encourages Hessians to desert1

PJA05
9

enters Boston after British evacuation1

AFC01
367

eulogies of1

DCA03
188*

Farewell Address1

DCA03
185*

favors new Articles of War1

PJA04
367

first contact with JA1

DJA02

fortifies Fort Hill1

AFC01
393

frame for portrait of1

PJA13

hampered by poor communications in N.J.1

PJA05
235

his papers inspected by William Gordon1

AFC01
229

Houdon's statue of1

AFC06
416

inoculates his troops1

AFC02
165

in satirical piece on Carlisle Commission’s Manifesto in Affaires 1

PJA07
327

instructed to build naval armament to intercept British ships1

DJA03

“is getting into the Humour of fighting”1

AFC02
354

JA: “wise, virtuous, and good,” but not “a Deity”1

AFC02
361

JA admires “his Wisdom, his Policy, and his Patriotism”1

AFC02
335

JA comments on character of1

PJA10

JA comments on importance of military successes of1

PJA08
152

JA compared to1

AFC07
75

JA on rumors of mass desertions from army of1

PJA07
237

JA on successes of1

PJA12
39

learns of Battle of Bunker Hill1

PJA03

letter on confinement of Archibald Campbell1

AFC02
161

letters from JA listed (1776)1

PJA08
382 (2)

letter to the congress1

PJA08
52

medal for1

PJA05
173

medal proposed for his victory at Boston1

AFC02
97

not above congress’ scrutiny as commander in chief1

PJA07
75

number of troops commanded by1

PJA10
227

occupies John Vassall house in Cambridge1

AFC01
265

on Ethan Allen1

AFC03
27

on military situation in U.S.1

PJA12
355

on revision of Articles of War1

DJA03
409

opposes Burgoyne's embarking from R.I.1

PJA05
341

opposes idea of brigade chaplains1

PJA05
173

ordered to convene inquiry into Gates' conduct1

PJA10
304

orders new fortifications for Boston1

PJA04
198

orders troops to Boston1

PJA07
148

plan for exchanging prisoners1

AFC02

portrait, “De Neufville Washington”1

PJA13
43

portrait by Peale1

AFC02

portrait by Trumbull (1780)1

PJA12
231

position taken on loyalists in Articles of Capitulation1

AFC04

possible letter from JA to1

PJA08
220

promises to furnish Gordon with historical materials1

PJA05
133

recommends deportation of A. Morris1

PJA05
225

recommends promotion of John Thomas1

AFC01
238

referred to as French Lt. Gen.1

PJA11
155

reprimands Arnold1

PJA08
53

retirement from Presidency1

DJA03
240

retreat to Harlem Heights1

DJA03

returns to New York1

PJA12
115

Ridley and1

PJA13
56

Rochambeau compliments army of1

PJA13
490

rumored clash with Clinton1

PJA06
261

rumored dictatorial powers of1

AFC02

rumored dispute of, with congress1

PJA06
329

slaves held by1

PJA03
411

Sparks' view1

DCA04
xii*

story of speech by1

DJA02
117

success despite army’s weakness1

PJA11
66

unidentified letter to1

PJA13
131

victories in N.J.1

PJA05

views on foreign officers1

PJA05
158

visited by Catharine Macaulay1

AFC06
141

with army in Virginia1

AFC04

Wright portrait of, at MHS1

DCA05
xiii*
See also: Continental Army
See also: Continental Army
See also: Marshall, John

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