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Benjamin Tallmadge correspondence

Benjamin Tallmadge

Benjamin Tallmadge correspondence

by Benjamin Tallmadge

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Correspondence,
  • Naval operations,
  • History

  • About the Edition

    ALS (1781 August 18; Dobbs Ferry, N.Y.) written by Tallmadge to Peter Colt concerning naval affairs during the Revolution and mentioning John Paul Jones; and ALS (1782 March 24; Philadelphia, Pa.) written by Tallmadge to Jeremiah Wadsworth pertaining to British military activities on Long Island, N.Y.

    The Physical Object
    Pagination2
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25050820M
    LC Control Number79001181

      Brian Kilmeade has done historians on Long Island a great favor. With his latest book, George Washington’s Secret Six: The Spy Ring That Saved the American Revolution (Sentinel, ), co-authored by Don Yaeger and currently one of the top-selling non-fiction books in the country, he has focused national attention on the role played by the Culper Spy Ring that operated between New York .   The Culper Spy Ring was a small group of men and women gathered in by a young cavalry officer named Benjamin Tallmadge from his hometown of Setauket, Long Island. Tallmadge.

    George Washington to Benjamin Tallmadge, All Titles; George Washington to Benjamin Tallmadge, Suggests ending the Culper correspondence completely, due to the resistance from Townsend and the disinterest of Woodhull. Washington. Source. George Washington Papers at the Library of Congress, Series 3b. Author by: Benjamin Tallmadge Languange: en Publisher by: BIG BYTE BOOKS Format Available: PDF, ePub, Mobi Total Read: 93 Total Download: File Size: 53,8 Mb Description: Only 21 at the start of the America's Revolutionary War, Benjamin Tallmadge was an enthusiastic ted by George Washington to organize intelligence in British-occupied New York, Tallmadge formed the.

      The correspondence between the general and Tallmadge shows that Washington often relied heavily on Culper Ring information during times of crisis. One example is from October , when the Americans anticipated the arrival of a French : Michael Schellhammer. Scott suggested one John Bolton, a man highly recommended by Maj. Benjamin Tallmadge. (Little did Scott know that John Bolton was the code name for none other than Tallmadge.) A dedicated dragoon officer, Tallmadge had once lived in Brookhaven, Long Island, a fact that made him invaluable to Washington. Chain of Correspondence.


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From inside the book: THE following Memoir of Colonel BENJAMIN TALLMADGE was prepared by himself, at the request of his children, and for their gratification. It is confined, principally, to those incidents of the Revolutionary War with which he was more immediately connected, and therefore becomes the more interesting to his descendants and family friends/5(62).

I love the slight nod to Abraham Hoodhull that Benjamin Tallmadge wrote when talking about the "correspondence" in New York ina year before Robert Townsend became the permanent agent stationed in New York.

I am reading this memoir with my Washington's Spies (by Alexander Rose) book close by so I can look things up, such as dates and names/5(64). The Benjamin Tallmadge Collection documents the personal life and professional career of Colonel Benjamin Tallmadge through his correspondence as well as his legal, financial, and personal papers.

An army officer, chief intelligence officer, and organizer of the Culper spy ring during the Revolutionary War, Tallmadge became a businessman and U. Memoir of Col. Benjamin Tallmadge book. Read Benjamin Tallmadge correspondence book reviews from the world's largest community for readers.

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Hampered by the uncooperative American general William Heath and a well prepared Royal Navy, Tallmadge succeeded only at destroying the smaller Fort Slongo, east of Fort Franklin. Benjamin Tallmadge, Memoir of Col.

Benjamin Tallmadge, Prepared by Himself, at the Request of his Children (New York: Thomas Holman, Book and Job Printer, ) 5. Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library. Return to Main Site: Library Search Terms Search Type. Find Advanced [Letter: Benjamin Tallmadge to Nathan Hale, New London] From: Nathan Hale collection.

WORLD YALE BRBL. Click on image or caption above to see image in the zoom viewer. Correspondence. Type of Resource: text. Description. Obviously, the words included in the code book were words Tallmadge thought the spy ring would use most often in its correspondence.

If you use the Culper code to encrypt your own 21st-century letters, you might be surprised at the amount of common words (common to. Creator Benjamin Tallmadge, Provenance Acquired by purchase in Extent, Scope, and Content Note This original manuscript letter was authored and signed by Benjamin Tallmadge on July 8, Written from Wethersfield, Connecticut, it is directed to Colonel John Broome () and signed "Benj Tallmadge.".

Letters written in and by George Washington to Benjamin Tallmadge about the Culper Spy Ring. James Jay letter. Stony Brook University, Special Collections and University Archives.

James Jay ( ), American physician and politician, and elder brother of John Jay, supplied medicines to George Washington during the American Revolutionary War and developed an invisible ink used by Author: Kristen J. Nyitray. George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Samuel Culper to Benjamin Tallmadge, Febru Created / Published Febru Subject Headings.

Get this from a library. Benjamin Tallmadge correspondence, [Benjamin Tallmadge] -- ALS ( August 18; Dobbs Ferry, N.Y.) written by Tallmadge to Peter Colt concerning naval affairs during the Revolution and mentioning John Paul Jones; and ALS ( March 24; Philadelphia, Pa.).

Benjamin Tallmadge Collection; Benjamin Tallmadge Collection. Related Topics. American History/Revolution. The collection consists mostly of Tallmadge's papers relating to the Revolutionary War, including correspondence with George Washington during his involvement in the secret service, a photostat of his code used then, letters to.

Tallmadge, Benjamin, From the description of Benjamin Tallmadge correspondence, (Unknown). WorldCat record id: Letter book, Mar Sept. Churchill County Museum: referencedIn: Jean-Baptiste-Donatien. This is the first page of the code developed by Benjamin Tallmadge, who created the Culper Spy Ring and headed Intelligence Operations for George Washington and the American Army.

Only a few copies of this code were created. Numbers were substituted for common words. Additionally, Tallmadge allowed for the substitution of letters with other. To Benjamin Tallmadge, a young officer of the Continental Army, the general assigned an impossible mission: Infiltrate New York, establish a spy network, and report everything the British know.

Throughout the war, Tallmadge and his spies collected intelligence on troop movements, sneak attacks, and the treachery of Benedict Arnold.5/5(1). In NovemberGeorge Washington appointed Major Benjamin Tallmadge as director of military intelligence, charged with creating a spy ring in New York City, the site of British headquarters.

The ring became known as the Culper Spy Ring, and provided valuable intelligence on. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion.

Librivox Free Audiobook. Big Ideas in Medicine Everyday Mormon Girl Miss Civilization by DAVIS, Full text of "Memoir Of Colonel Benjamin Tallmadge". Benjamin Tallmadge was an American military officer, spymaster, and politician. He is best known for his service as an officer in the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War.

He acted as leader of the Culper Ring during the war, a celebrated network of spies in New York where major British forces were based. He also led a successful raid across Long Island that culminated in the Battle of Fort St.

Born: FebruSetauket or. George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Samuel Culper to Benjamin Tallmadge, July 5, Created / Published July 5. I love the slight nod to Abraham Hoodhull that Benjamin Tallmadge wrote when talking about the "correspondence" in New York ina year before Robert Townsend became the permanent agent stationed in New York.

I am reading this memoir with my Washington's Spies (by Alexander Rose) book close by so I can look things up, such as dates and names/5(69).Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library. Return to Main Site: Home > Tallmadge, Benjamin. Search Terms Search Type.

Find Advanced. Tallmadge, Benjamin. From: Jonathan Edwards collection. WORLD YALE BRBL. Click on image or caption above to see image in the zoom viewer.

Benjamin, Correspondence. Genre: Correspondence. Type of.View as book. SUB-COLLECTION Series XIV. Washington and His Military Family. Previous Next. View as book. at any rate he must be regular and frequent in his correspondence by the old conveyance.The New York Public Library.

"Letter to Maj. Talmage [Benjamin Tallmadge]" The New York Public Library Digital Collections. http.