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Sign - Units of Washington's Army That Crossed The Delaware River

December 25, 1776

WASHINGTON'S STAFF - First Troop Philadelphia City Cavalry - Commander in Chief's Guard (Washington's Life Guard)

BRIDGEHEAD AND ADVANCE GUARD - Brig. Gen Adam Stephen's Brigade - Elliot's 4th Va. Regt. - Buckner's 6th - Va. Regt - Scott's 5th Va. Regt.

MAJ. GEN. NATHANAEL GREENE'S DIVISION
Brig. Gen. Hugh Mercer's Brigade - 20th Contintal Regt. (Durkee's Conn.)
Bradley's Battalion Conn. State Troops - 27th Contental Regt. (Huchinson's Mass.) - Smallwoods's 1st Maryland Regt. - Stephenson's Md.-Va. Rifle Regt.
Brig. Gen. Lord Stirling's (William Alexander) Brigade - Weedon 3rd Va. Regt. - Haslet's Delaware Regt. - Read's 1st Va. Regt. - Miles' Penn. State Rifle Regt.
Brig. Gen. Roche deFermoy's Brigade - Hausseger's Penn.-Md. Rifle Bn - 1st Continental Regt. (Hand's Rifle Regt.)

MAJ. GEN. JOHN SULLIVAN'S DIVISION
Co. Paul D. Sargent's Brigade
16th Continental Regt. (Sargent's Mass.)

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The First Troop Philadelphia City Cavalry is certainly the oldest mounted military unit and quite possibly the oldest military unit of any kind that has been in continuous service to the Republic. The times that called it into being, and the character...

Posted by Luke Wilbur on Mon 01 Feb 2010 08:50:30 PM UTC

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