December 26 2012 Appalachia Newsletter
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Here is my second article on the Battle Of Trenton, from the Appalachia site at BellaOnline.com.
Battle Of Trenton 1776 - Victory
By the time Rall's adjutant heard what was happening and woke Rall up, the Battle of Trenton was well underway.
Did you know that one of the five soldiers of the Continental army that were wounded in the Battle of Trenton was Lieutenant James Monroe, the future President of the United States? Monroe was struck in his left shoulder by a musket ball which severed an artery. Doctor John Riker saved Monroe's life by clamping the artery to keep him from bleeding to death. Another wounded soldier was George Washington's cousin, William Washington. After the war, William Washington eventually held the rank of Brigadier General. He commanded light dragoons, mounted troops under George Washington's command.
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