Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Connecticut” in chapter 17, page 89 of Historic leaves, volume 2, April, 1903 - January, 1904:
... was stationed by General Ward, the commander-in-chief, at Cambridgeport, nearest Boston, and at a most exposed and important point in the siege of that city, and the hardy yeomanry of Massachusetts, Connecticut , New Hampshire, and Rhode Island straightway came rushing in large numbers to headquarters, in response to the call.
It was decided by the Committee of Safety, when they learned that the enemy was ...
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