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His eventual parole, release to the British for a huge ransom, exchange in 1781 and repatriation to London were difficult and complex because of the American complaints.From there, he was Lieutenant Governor of Quebec, then Governor, from 1782 to 1785.(It is not clear whether she had any children but the Colonial Society of Massachusetts newsletter number 336 of March 1902 says Governor and Mrs.Hamilton had one child, Mary Anne Pierpoint, who died unmarried on December 12, 1871).Stuff You Missed in History Class: Digging Archaeology at Harvard Yard Tracy and Holly visit with Diana Loren and Patricia Capone of Harvard's Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, and take part in an active dig at Harvard Yard that's part of the school's undergraduate curriculum.Stuff You Missed in History Class: History Meets Fiction at House of the Seven Gables Tracy and Holly talk to lead interpreter and researcher David Moffat about the evolution of the historic Turner-Ingersoll mansion into the fiction-inspired House of the Seven Gables.However, in recent years, evidence has emerged proving, beyond any reasonable doubt, that the authorities knew, and conspired to cover it up for years.

In February 1779, he was one of the many of the King's 8th Regiment captured by the Americans at Vincennes in the famous expedition led by George Rogers Clark and was sent in chains to Williamsburg, Virginia.

Stuff You Missed in History Class: Wealth and Slavery in Massachusetts Tracy and Holly visit the Royall House and Slave Quarters historic site and museum in Medford, Massachusetts to learn about its history and its place in the larger narrative of slavery in America.

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In February 1779, he was one of the many of the King's 8th Regiment captured by the Americans at Vincennes in the famous expedition led by George Rogers Clark and was sent in chains to Williamsburg, Virginia.

Stuff You Missed in History Class: Wealth and Slavery in Massachusetts Tracy and Holly visit the Royall House and Slave Quarters historic site and museum in Medford, Massachusetts to learn about its history and its place in the larger narrative of slavery in America.

How Stuff Works: Chuck Wendig Will Make You a Writer Chuck Wendig is the author of the Star Wars: Aftermath series.

You may have heard a bit about the North Dakota Access Pipeline in the news -- but probably not much.

What's happening at the site of one the largest Native American protests in recent history, and why isn't it more widely reported in the US?

Following the passage of the Quebec Act in 1774, he was appointed Lieutenant Governor of Detroit, where he led the King's 8th Regiment.