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Further Reading Henig, Gerald S. Civil War Firsts. : Stackpole Books, 2001, pp. 208–209. Holzer, Harold, ed. The Lincoln Mailbag: America Writes to the President, 1861–1865. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1998. , Jr. ” Howard University College of Medicine. Available online. edu/nuHoward/history. html. Downloaded on August 5, 2008. Logan, Rayford W. Howard University: The First Hundred Years. New York: New York University Press, 1969. Quarles, Benjamin. The Negro in the Civil War.
Thus, for a time Armistead acted as a double agent, passing along false information to Cornwallis as he prepared accurate reports for Lafayette. The fact that Armistead sent Lafayette written communiques indicates that he was literate. In August, Armistead informed Lafayette that 60 British ships were anchored in the York River, James Armistead, who acted as a double agent during the American Revolution, changed his name to James Lafayette to honor his hero, the Marquis de Lafayette. â•‡ (Virginia Historical Society) Armour, Vernice 15 and that the British were fortifying downstream at Yorktown and Gloucester.
Shtml. Downloaded on June 2, 2008. Attucks, Crispus (ca. 1723–1770)â•‡ seaman, first American to die in the American struggle for independence Crispus Attucks, the first fatality of the 1770 skirmish between American colonists and British soldiers that is remembered as the Boston Massacre, was born in Framingham, Massachusetts, of African and Native American lineage. Slavery was permitted in the 13 British colonies in North America, and Attucks was the property of Deacon William Brown of Framingham.