13th Continental Regiment

 

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The 13th Continental Regiment was formed by consolidating the remnants of Timothy Walker's Regiment and David Brewer's Regiment with the remnant of Read's Regiment. Colonel Joseph Read commanded this regiment throughout 1776.  As a regiment on the right wing of the army at Boston, it was ordered to furnish details for the Fortification of Dorchester Height’s.  Read's regiment remained with the Main Army, moving to New York City in April.  The 13th served in Trenton and Princeton.

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13th Continental Regiment/
Rehoboth Minute Men

 

By orders of General George Washington and the Continental Congress in Philadelphia

 

All able bodied men, women and families are needed for this year’s campaign

 

Wanted

 

Soldiers: Men or Women

 

Musicians: Fifers or Drummers

 

Camp Followers: Men, Women and Families

 

Citizens of all towns are welcome to join the unit.

Help fight the tyranny of King George.

 

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