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Benedict Arnold: Revolutionary War Hero?
Contrary to common belief, Benedict Arnold contributed more towards the American cause than he detracted. Benedict Arnold was a celebrated General in the Revolutionary War, until his infamous mishap in 1780, which scarred his reputation as an American hero.
Arnold lived from 1741 to 1801. He was born in Norwich, Connecticut, and later on, established a book and drug store in New Haven, Connecticut in 1762. His business made him very wealthy. In 1767 he married Margaret Mansfield, who died in 1775.
Benedict Arnold joined the American army in 1774 as a captain in the Connecticut militia.…
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