The British Army on Staten Island
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This paper examines the presence of the British Army on Staten Island, New York throughout most of the Revolutionary War, which reflected the strategic and logistical importance of New York. The paper shows that military control of New York enabled the British Army to cut off the northern colonies of New England from the Mid-Atlantic and Southern colonies, securing a major port through which supplies and reinforcements could flow.
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