Invoice of Stores Sent to the Militia

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CollectionNational Archives and Records Administration: Estimate Book, Saml. Hodgdon, RG45 view image
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Author Name Samuel Hodgdon
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Summary Invoice of clothing, arms, accoutrements, camp equipment, ammunition, etc. sent from Philadelphia for the use of the militia in 1794.
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Related Persons/Groups militia; privates; musicians; infantry; sergeants; horsemen; ;
Related Places Philadelphia; ;
Keywords invoice; clothing; arms and accoutrements; camp equipage; ammunition; blankets; hats; shoes; coats; rifle coats; vests; woolen overalls; cotton shirts; linen overalls; socks; stockings; knapsacks; canteens; camp kettles; tin pint cups; bowls; felling axes; spades; shovels; picks; hoes; horse shoes; forage bags; buckets; horsemen's tents; tent poles; common tents; marquees; saddles; valises; mail pillions; nose bags; hospital stores; chests of medicine; medicine; surgeon's instruments; tea; souchang tea; loaf sugar; brown sugar; chocolate; rice; port wine; sherry; wrapping paper; muskets; bayonets; cartouch boxes; cartridges; flints; gun-works; brushes and wires; screwdrivers; rifles; powder horns; rifle powder; lead; pistols; holsters; swords; sword belts; shot; howitzers; portfire; slow match; tillers; flannel cartridges; rammers and sponges; portfire stocks; gunners horns; cannon haversacks; gunners hammers; gunners pincers; cannon drifts; priming wires; tubes; sponge tacks; lint stocks; spunge skins; drag ropes; drums; drum heads; drum sticks; drum cases; drum slings; tomahawks; ;
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