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  1. Henry Dearborn (February 23, 1751 – June 6, 1829) was an American military officer and politician. In the Revolutionary War, he served under Benedict Arnold in his expedition to Quebec, of which his journal provides an important record. After being captured and exchanged, he served in George Washington 's Continental Army.

  2. Henry Dearborn, (born Feb. 23, 1751, Hampton, N.H. [U.S.]—died June 6, 1829, Roxbury, Mass., U.S.), U.S. army officer, congressman, and secretary of war for whom Ft. Dearborn —whose site is located in what is now the heart of Chicago—was named.

  3. Henry Dearborn (23 de febrero de 1751 - 6 de junio de 1829) fue un médico, estadista, militar y político estadounidense. 1 Nació en North Hampton, Nuevo Hampshire, residencia de sus padres, Simon Dearborn y Sarah Marston.

  4. Henry Dearborn (1751–1829) was a doctor, soldier, and statesman who dedicated his life to the cause of liberty and the advancement of human rights. Although Dearborn was surely an imperfect person, like all of us, he was a man of great integrity who deserves the highest degree of admiration and praise.

  5. Henry Dearborn.Fue un médico, estadista, militar y político estadounidense que se desempeño como el 5° Secretario de Guerra de los Estados Unidos bajo la administración de Thomas Jefferson.

  6. Date of Birth - Death February 23, 1751 – June 6, 1829 Born in the New Hampshire Colony to one of the oldest families in New England, Henry Dearborn grew up privileged, well-educated and was beginning a career as a doctor when the Thirteen Colonies declared independence from Great Britain.

  7. June 6, 1829 Henry Dearborn was a doctor in New Hampshire at the outbreak of the American Revolution. Upon hearing of the events at Lexington and Concord, he led his militia company to Cambridge, Massachusetts, and joined the American army.

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