|Greene, Nathanael, 1742-1786
|Nathanael Greene Papers
|The Nathanael Greene Collection is a large collection of correspondence primarily related to supplying the Continental Army. The bulk of the correspondence dates from 1778-1780, during which time Greene served as Quartermaster General of the Continental Army. The correspondence captures the supply issues that the Army faced during the war, and the means of financing and supplying it. Because the bulk of the collection is correspondence and not account or ledger books, the letters to Greene from the field often provide interesting details and anecdotes on requisitioning.
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|American Revolution | Government Affairs | Military History
|Business Records and Accounts | Military Records | Official Government Documents and Records | Political Correspondence
|Quartermasters -- United States