1st New York Regiment
|1st New York Regiment|
|Allegiance||Continental Congress of the United States|
|Part of||New York Line|
|Engagements||Invasion of Canada,
Battle of Valcour Island,
Battle of Saratoga,
Battle of Monmouth,
the Sullivan Expedition
Battle of Yorktown.
|Colonel Alexander McDougall
Colonel Rudolphus Ritzema
Colonel Goose Van Schaick
The 1st New York Regiment was authorized on 25 May 1775 and organized at New York City from 28 June to 4 August, for service with the Continental Army under the command of Colonel Alexander McDougall. The enlistments of the first establishment ended on 31 December 1775.
The second establishment of the regiment was authorized on 19 January 1776.
The regiment was involved in the Invasion of Canada, the Battle of Valcour Island, the Battle of Saratoga, the Battle of Monmouth, the Sullivan Expedition, and the Battle of Yorktown. The regiment was furloughed 2 June 1783 at Newburgh, New York and disbanded 15 November 1783.
- Wright, pg. 41
- Fernow, pg. 11
- Wright, pg. 60
- Fernow, Berthold, New York in the Revolution, 1887
- Heitman, Francis B., Historical Register of Officers of the Continental Army during the War of the Revolution. New, enlarged, and revised edition., Washington, D.C.: Rare Book Shop Publishing Company, 1914
- Wright, Robert, The Continental Army, 1983