Jane McCrea

DESCRIPTION: "It was in brilliant autumn time When the army of the north... and its riflemen came forth." General Burgoyne finds the Americans waiting at Bennington and elsewhere. In the fights that follow, "hapless Jane McCrea" falls an innocent victim
AUTHOR: "Frank Forrester" (William Henry Herbert, 1807-1858) (Source: ThompsonNewYork)
EARLIEST DATE: 1936 (ThompsonNewYork)
KEYWORDS: battle war death recitation
FOUND IN: US(MA)
REFERENCES (1 citation):
ThompsonNewYork, pp. 328-333, "(no title)" (1 text)
Roud #6600
CROSS-REFERENCES:
cf. "The Fate of John Burgoyne" (subject: the Saratoga campaign) and notes there
File: TNY328

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