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Battle of Minisink (The)
By Vernon Leslie, former Wayne County historian, teacher, and prolific writer of local history. This battle, that some have called the bloodiest battle of the Revolutionary War, was fought in New York opposite the mouth of the Lackawaxen River on July 22, 1779. It was no mere frontier skirmish, but a small army of colonial militia in a deadly confrontation with a body of Torries and Iroquois Indians led by Col. Joseph Brant. 248 page hard cover soon to be a rare book
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