Letters from John Dickinson to Nathanael Greene

Letters from John Dickinson to Nathanael Greene
Number of Pages: 
8
Date: 
1779-1781

John Dickinson writes two letters to Major General Nathanael Greene. Dickinson writes the first letter as a Continental Congressman and asks for details on transactions for supplies purchased by the Continental Army, including "camp equipage." Dickinson writes the second letter as President of Delaware and discusses recruitment as well as sending additional supplies to the army. "In the late session of our Legislature," Dickinson explains that "we have adopted the most vigorous Measures for recruiting our Regiment, and for sending suitable supplies to those brave Men." Transcripts included.

Time Period: 
Location: 
MC 2001.13
Origin: 
Gift of Boyd Lee Spahr