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  2. Henry Knox - Wikipedia

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    Henry Knox (July 25, 1750 – October 25, 1806), a Founding Father of the United States, [1] was a senior general of the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War and was appointed the first Secretary of War under the U.S. Constitution by president George Washington, serving from 1789 to 1794.

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  3. General Henry Knox | Knox Museum

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    Henry Knox was born on July 25, 1750. CONTINUE THE STORY When revolution calls, the young, spirited and inexperienced, rise to greatness. When war broke out, Henry Knox abandoned his book shop to looters and snuck out of Boston to join the militia, his new bride riding beside him with his sword sewn inside her cape. He was just 25.

  4. Henry Knox | United States general | Britannica

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    Henry Knox, (born July 25, 1750, Boston, Massachusetts [U.S.]—died October 25, 1806, Thomaston, Maine, U.S.), American general in the American Revolution (1775–83) and first secretary of war under the U.S. Constitution.

  5. Henry Knox · George Washington's Mount Vernon

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    As Secretary of War, Henry Knox was in charge of diplomacy in Native American land that the United States sought to claim. Learn More Henry Knox was a Revolutionary War general whose efforts to build a robust American militia were paramount to the colonies’ victory against Britain, as well as the development of the early Republic’s armed forces.

  6. Major General Henry Knox in the American Revolution - ThoughtCo

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    Fast Facts: Henry Knox Known For: Knox helped lead the Continental Army during the American Revolution and later served as the U.S. Secretary of War. Born: July 25, 1750 in Boston, British America Parents: William and Mary Knox Died: October 25, 1806 in Thomaston, Massachusetts Education: Boston Latin School Spouse: Lucy Flucker (m. 1774–1806)

  7. Henry Knox: Six Surprising Facts About the Father of American ...

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    Henry Knox, born July 25, 1750, was best known for his continuous military service under General Washington for the duration of the American Revolution. He commanded the American artillery and later served as secretary of war. Henry Knox by Charles Wilson Peale

  8. Henry Knox – Biography of American General

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    Henry Knox (Former United States Secretary of War) Henry Knox was an American general, best remembered for his pivotal role in the American Revolutionary War (1775–1783). He became associated with Boston’s political scene at a tender age and played a crucial role in calming the situation during the Boston Massacre.

  9. Henry Knox, “Noble” Hero of the American Revolution

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    Henry Knox was 44 years old when he retired from public office after devoting the previous two decades to the American cause. Henry and his dear wife Lucy headed to Thomaston, Maine, where Henry built a three-story mansion on a large family estate which he named Montpelier. Jan 4, 2022 Henry Knox, America’s First Secretary of War

  10. Biography of General Henry Knox - US History

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    Henry Knox (1750-1806) was born in Boston, the seventh of ten children by William Knox and Mary Campbell Knox, pioneers from North Ireland. William Knox was a shipmaster, carrying on trade with the West Indies. Suffering from financial difficulties and all the mental stress and burdens that go with money woes, William died at the age of fifty.

  11. Home | Knox Museum

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    Henry Knox was there. He was Chief of Artillery. He was the one who yelled: “Fire!” For eight and a half long bloody years, he was there. Right in the thick of it. Knox earned the respect and life-long friendship of George Washington, was his right-hand man throughout the war, stood beside him crossing the Delaware, and served in his cabinet.