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Sullivan Press Traitor - Benedict Arnold documents In 1780, Benedict Arnold, one of the Continental Army's most popular and effective leaders, deserted to the British. One of the reasons for Arnold's discontent was a censure by the Committee lead by Joseph Reed. After Arnold switched sides, he issued a proclamation trying to convince Continental soldiers to desert and join his legion. This packet contains a reproduction of the cesnure, and a copy of his bitter proclamation. 0 stars, based on 0 reviews 0 5
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In 1780, Benedict Arnold, one of the Continental Army’s most popular and effective leaders, deserted to the British. One of the reasons for Arnold’s discontent was a censure by the Committee lead by Joseph Reed. After Arnold switched sides, he issued a proclamation trying to convince Continental soldiers to desert and join his legion. This packet contains a reproduction of the cesnure, and a copy of his bitter proclamation.