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American Headquarters, Highlands, New York. (American).
July 25 - September 4, 1780
Contains headquarters, brigade, garrison, and regimental orders. Locations: Highlands. Writer unknown. 128 pages.
     Reel: 12, No. 119

American Headquarters, New Jersey. (American).
February 21 - May 17, 1780
Contains general orders of Washington, brigade and regimental orders. Charts at end name men and describe their clothing and equipment. Location: Morristown, N.J. Writer unknown. 228 pages.
     Reel: 11, No. 105

Artillery Orders, West Point, New York. (American).
April 18 - May 31, 1781
Contains Washington's headquarters orders from New Windsor, garrison and artillery orders. Includes resolutions of the Continental Congress. Locations: West Point, New Windsor. Writer unknown. 110 pages.
     Reel: 14, No. 136

Artillery Orders, West Point, New York. (American).
June 9 - June 29, 1781
Contains garrison, artillery and extracts from headquarters orders of Washington at New Windsor, included in the after orders of Gen. Howe. Locations: West Point, New Windsor. Writer unknown. 65 badly mutilated and water-stained pages.
     Reel: 14, No. 141

Brig. Gen. Alexander MC Dougall's Brigade, New York and New Jersey. (American).
April 9 - August 28, 1777
The brigade was stationed in the Highlands which was under the command of Maj. Gen. Israel Putnam. Contains general, division, brigade, and after orders. Locations: Highlands, Peekskill, N.Y.; Morristown, N.J. Kept by Richard Platt, Brigade Adjutant. 87 pages.
     Reel: 4, No. 43

Brig. Gen. Alexander MC Dougall's Brigade, New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. (American).
August 29 - October 6, 1777
McDougall's brigade took part in the Battle of Germantown. Contains general, division, brigade and after orders. Locations: Peekskill, N.Y., Pennybecken Mills, Shippack, Wentz's Worcester, and Towamensing, Pa. Kept by Richard Platt, Brigade Adjutant. 124 pages.
     Reel: 5, No. 49

Brig. Gen. Alexander Mc Dougall's Brigade, New York. (American).
August 12 - November 27, 1776
Contains general and division orders. McDougall was promoted Brig. Gen. by order of the Continental Congress (noted in orderly book, Aug. 12) and assumed command of a brigade composed of his 1st N.Y. Regt., Ritzema's and Webb's regiments, and the artificers. After the loss at New York City, the New Jersey regiments were also placed under his command. Covers period of successful British attack on Long Island and the Continental army's retreat. Locations: New York City, White Plains. Writer unknown. 130 pages.
     Reel: 3, No. 36

Brig. Gen. Alexander MC Dougall's Brigade, New York. (American).
September 21 - April 8, 1777
Brigade would comprise part of the troops under the command of Gen. Israel Putnam at the Highlands and was involved in skirmishes near White Plains, including Chatterton's Hill. Kept by Major Taylor, Brigade Adjutant, and Major Richard Platt, Brigade Adjutant. 174 pages.
     Reel: 3, No. 38

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