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Col. Barton Lucas: more than a military man

In the past, we have written about Col. Barton Lucas, captain of the Third Company. Previous posts have focused on records kept by Lucas’s clerk about the clothing worn by members of the Maryland 400 and mentioned in passing that he was sick and … Continue reading

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Effects of the Battle on Capt. Barton Lucas

Though all of the companies that made up the Maryland 400 suffered casualties in the Battle of Long Island, some fared much worse than others. Captain Barton Lucas’ Third Company did not have the highest number of dead, wounded, and … Continue reading

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