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Sullivan Press American Recruiting Kit <p>American Recruiting Kit – This kit contains enough forms and posters to perform a recruiting scenario. Includes:</p><ul><li>Continental Army Recruiting Poster – This poster appeared in New York in 1776, and includes all the text of what a soldier can expect to receive when enlisting.</li><li>Army Organization Chart – This poster, from 1778, shows the pay rates of every soldier in the Continental Army as authorized by Congress in February, 1778.</li><li>Recruiting Authorization – This handbill clearly outlines the duties and responsibilities of a recruiting officer, including the filling out of expense reports to account for money spent recruiting soldiers.</li><li>Cavalry Recruiting Instructions – In 1778 the army tried to recruit “Young gentlemen of property and spirit” into a cavalry brigade.</li><li>Six 1776 enlistment forms – These small forms were used in the New York area in 1776 to enlist soldiers for Continental Service.</li></ul> 0 stars, based on 0 reviews 0 5
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American Recruiting Kit

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American Recruiting Kit
American Recruiting Kit

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American Recruiting Kit

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American Recruiting Kit – This kit contains enough forms and posters to perform a recruiting scenario. Includes:

  • Continental Army Recruiting Poster – This poster appeared in New York in 1776, and includes all the text of what a soldier can expect to receive when enlisting.
  • Army Organization Chart – This poster, from 1778, shows the pay rates of every soldier in the Continental Army as authorized by Congress in February, 1778.
  • Recruiting Authorization – This handbill clearly outlines the duties and responsibilities of a recruiting officer, including the filling out of expense reports to account for money spent recruiting soldiers.
  • Cavalry Recruiting Instructions – In 1778 the army tried to recruit “Young gentlemen of property and spirit” into a cavalry brigade.
  • Six 1776 enlistment forms – These small forms were used in the New York area in 1776 to enlist soldiers for Continental Service.