An Elegiac Poem, Composed On The Never-To-Be-Forgotten Terrible And Bloody Battle Fought At An Intrenchment On Bunker-Hill
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- Coming of the American Revolution
This broadside, written shortly after the Battle of Bunker Hill, describes the destruction of Charlestown, Massachusetts, and summarizes the military conflict and the resulting casualties. It also includes a sorrowful poem comprised of a verse of 180 lines about the signficant losses due to the battle. The lower right corner of the broadside includes an acrostic on Joseph Warren.