Some articles on main, continental, main continental army:
... in science, scientific research itself was not the main goal behind the mission ... The captains decide to build Fort Mandan across the river from the main village ... August 12 – Scouting separately from the main party, Lewis crosses the Continental Divide at Lemhi Pass ...
... The brigade was re-assigned to the Main Continental Army on 15 June 1777 and re-assigned back to the Highland's Department on 2 July 1777 ... One year later, 21 July 1778 the Brigade was re-assigned to the Main Continental Army. 1780 the brigade was re-assigned to the Main Continental Army but later that, 27 November 1780 it was re-assigned back to the Highland's Department ...
... On 6 July 1776 the Maryland Battalion was assigned to the main Continental Army ... was assigned to Stirling's Brigade and five days later (17 August 1776) adopted into the main Continental Army ... to the 1st Maryland Brigade on 22 May 1777 of the main continental Army ...
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