Barzillai Lew
Barzillai Lew (November 5, 1743 - January 18, 1822) was an African-American soldier who served with distinction during the American Revolution.

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Barzillai Lew - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Barzillai Lew (November 5, 1743 - January 18, 1822) was an African-American soldier who served with distinction during the American Revolution.
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Barzillai Lew - University of Massachusetts Lowell Libraries
Primus and Margret's oldest child, Barzillai Lew (pronounced BAR-zeal-ya) often called "Zeal" or "Zelah," was born November 5, 1743. He was described as "big ...
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Barzillai Lew (1743 - 1822) - Find A Grave Memorial
Feb 9, 2008 ... Lew was a prominent African-American from Dracut who served as a fifer during the Revolutionary War. He was the husband of Dinah Lew, ...
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Barzillai Lew (1743 - 1822) - Genealogy - Geni
Jan 7, 2013 ... Genealogy for Barzillai Lew (1743 - 1822) on Geni with over 100 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. Page updated January 7, ...
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Barzillai Lew - Musician/soldier - Armchair General and HistoryNet ...
Jul 29, 2004 ... Lew, is born in 1743. He is described as "big and strong with an extraordinary talent as a musician." He is a member of the English forces in the ...
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Barzillai Lew (Meaning of) - Encyclo
==Family history== Barzillai Lew`s story began with Primus Lew of Groton, Massachusetts ( a former servant of Captain Jonathan Boyden), and Margret Lew (a .
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Barzillai Lew Guardianship Record - Primary Research
Barzillai Lew Guardianship Record. Author: Rebecca Duda. Posted on August 2, 2013 Leave a Comment. Filed Under: Claypit Cemetery ...
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Barzillai Lew's Revolutionary War Pension File - Primary Research
Jun 5, 2007 ... William Nell's book lists Barzillai Lew as a fifer at the Battle of Bunker Hill back when he was in John Ford's company from Chelmsford (7th ...
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Barzillai Lew - University of Massachusetts Lowell Libraries
Primus and Margret's oldest child, Barzillai Lew (pronounced BAR-zeal-ya) often called "Zeal" or "Zelah," was born November 5, 1743. He was described as "big ...
Barzillai Lew - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Barzillai Lew (November 5, 1743 - January 18, 1822) was an .... Lowell High School and the University of Massachusetts Amherst, was interviewed by the Lowell ...
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Jan 7, 2013 ... Genealogy for Barzillai Lew (1743 - 1822) on Geni with over 100 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. Page updated January 7, ...
Barzillai Lew (1743 - 1822) - Find A Grave Memorial
Feb 9, 2008 ... Lew was a prominent African-American from Dracut who served as a fifer during the Revolutionary War. He was the husband of Dinah Lew, ...
Barzillai: Biography from Answers.com
... the daughters of Saul (II Sam 21:8). 2. Barzillai the Gileadite from Rogelim, an aged and very. ... Licensed from Columbia University Press. All rights reserved.
A Brief History of African American Marching Bands - Folkstreams
Thesis (M.A., Folklore) University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2003. ... spring of 1775 was Barzillai Lew, a drummer and fifer of Chelmsford, Massachusetts.
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The American Revolution, 1763-1783: A History of the ...
The American Revolution, 1763-1783: A History of the ...
Herbert Aptheker, 1960
The fifer (sometimes taking a hand at the drum, too) for Captain John Ford's company of the 27th Massachusetts Regiment was Barzillai Lew, native of Groton , where he was born in 1743, and where his six-foot frame working at the trade of a ...
African Americans in the Military
African Americans in the Military
Catherine Reef, 2010
Lew, Barzillai Americans to learn about the life of Barzillai Lew, a Revolutionary War fifer who was present at the Battle of Bunker Hill. Barzillai Lew was born in Groton, Massachusetts, on November 5, 1743, the son of Primus Lew, a free black ...
America's Black Founders: Revolutionary Heroes & Early Leaders with 21 Activities (For Kids series)
America's Black Founders: Revolutionary Heroes & Early Leaders with 21 Activities (For Kids series)
Nancy I. Sanders, 2010
Grade 5–8—This activity-based guide reveals how African Americans played crucial roles in helping the United States gain its independence. Sanders includes well-known figures such as Phillis Wheatley, Crispus Attucks, and James Forten in her narrative, but also enriches traditional accounts of the period by explaining the contributions of lesser-kn...
America's Black Founders: Revolutionary Heroes and Early ...
America's Black Founders: Revolutionary Heroes and Early ...
Nancy I. Sanders, 2010
During this historic day, Barzillai Lew was credited with playing “Yankee Doodle” to encourage the troops. Peter Salem is credited for shooting Major Pitcairn. And Salem Poor, ofColonelFrye's regiment, was cited as the Barzillai Lew ...
The Forgotten Fifth: African Americans in the Age of Revolution (The Nathan I. Huggins Lectures)
The Forgotten Fifth: African Americans in the Age of Revolution (The Nathan I. Huggins Lectures)
Gary B. Nash, 2006
As the United States gained independence, a full fifth of the country's population was African American. The experiences of these men and women have been largely ignored in the accounts of the colonies' glorious quest for freedom. In this compact volume, Gary B. Nash reorients our understanding of early America, and reveals the perilous c...
American Patriots: The Story of Blacks in the Military from ...
American Patriots: The Story of Blacks in the Military from ...
Gail Lumet Buckley, 2001
Terry, the Deerfield poet), and Barzillai Lew were black members of Ethan Allen's Green Mountain Boys. Barzillai Lew had been born in Dracut, outside Boston, in 1743. The marriage of his parents, two free blacks—“Primus, Captain Boyden's ...
Readers Theatre for African American History
Readers Theatre for African American History
Jeff Sanders, 2008
Readers Theatre for African American History features a collection of twenty scripts covering a comprehensive span of history from Africa before the transatlantic slave trade through current events in our nation. In participating in these scripts, students will listen to storytellers from Africa and share the rich oral tradition about wealthy explo...
American Patriots: A Young People's Edition: The Story of ...
American Patriots: A Young People's Edition: The Story of ...
Gail Lumet Buckley, 2011
The Story of Blacks in the Military from the Revolution to Desert Storm Gail Lumet Buckley. Among the black men who joined the Patriots' cause shortly after the battles of Lexington and Concord was the freeborn Barzillai Lew. Like his father ...
American Patriots: The Story of Blacks in the Military from the Revolution to Desert Storm
American Patriots: The Story of Blacks in the Military from the Revolution to Desert Storm
Gail Lumet Buckley, 2002
This work complements Bernard Nalty's academically oriented history of blacks in America's wars, Strength for the Fight (1986), and Gerald Astor's narrative account, The Right to Fight (1998). Basing her account heavily on interviews and similar primary material, Buckley focuses on the particular experiences of black soldiers. She pu...
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