Bringing Revolutionary War Soldiers into the Classroom: A Guide for Teachers

Sullivan Jr., William F.
September 2006
Connecticut History;Fall2006, Vol. 45 Issue 2, p250
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the adoption of revolutionary soldiers as guide for teachers in Connecticut. In this essay, the author cites the war-time experiences of Private Moses Tuttle from Cheshire who volunteered twice for service, faced death on the battlefield and almost lost his life to sickness. Finally, the significant role that temporary soldiers played in the war is emphasized.


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