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The Green Mountain State
WALTER HILL CROCKETT
VERMONT-ITS RESOURCES AND OPPORTUNITIES
GEORGE FRANKLIN EDMUNDS
THE CENTURY HISTORY COMPANY, INC.
TO THE MEMORY OF
HORACE WARD BAILEY
Who encouraged and aided the author in his study of Vermont history, these volumes are dedicated.
Strength of the American Fleet.
British Attack near Valcour Island.
Arnold Escapes under Cover of Darkness.
Overtaken by British He Runs Ships Ashore and Burns Them.
Carleton Makes Demonstration Before Ticonderoga and Returns to
Battle of Lake Champlain, First Naval Engagement of Revolution.
St. Clair Assigned to Command of Ticonderoga.
British Prepare to Invade Champlain Valley.
Fleet Makes Spectacular Entrance into Lake.
Colonel Warner Rallies Militia on the Grants.
British Occupy Chimney Point.
Mt. Defiance Seized and Fortified.
St. Clair Compelled to Abandon Ticonderoga.
Part of the American Troops Retreat to Skenesborough.
Retreat of the American Forces from Ticonderoga to Castleton.
Warner Commands the Rear Guard.
General Fraser Leads British in Pursuit.
Is Joined by Reidesel and His German Dragoons.