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Baum Site 23 Part II: A Clear Day

A replica of Durnsford's map that appears in Benson J. Lossing's Pictorial Field Book to the American Revolution. – Google Books

During the evening of August 15th, while Baum and his men settled in for an uneasy night, the Vermont militia and the Berkshire County Massachusetts militia arrived at Stark’s camp, increasing the advantage of the American troops to almost 3 to 1. Everyone awoke the morning of August 16th to clear weather, and Col. Skene was dispatched to hurry Breymann along. Meanwhile, Stark laid out his plan to overtake the enemy position.

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