John Brown

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Revolutionary War army officer, born in Haverhill, Massachusetts. Brown assisted in campaigns with Ethan Allen and Benedict Arnold and led a recapture of Fort Ticonderoga from Gen. John Burgoyne (1777). ...

Subjects: Warfare and Defence.

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