Emerson, Edward Waldo. A Chaplain of the Revolution. Offprint of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 1970. Reprint. 
Blue card wrappers, 6 x 9 inches, portrait of Rev. William Emerson, 24 clean pp. Very good. Pamphlet.
A reprint of the 1922 original.
An account of the Rev. William Emerson (1743-1776), minister of the town of Concord, Massachusetts, a patriot who watched the battle of Concord from his own home, and became chaplain to the American Army at Fort Ticonderoga. He was taken sick with dysentery, and tried to return home but died near Rutland, Vermont. Includes selections from his letters.