This Biography is about one of the best Revolutionary War Hero Ethan Allen including his Height, weight, Age & Other Detail…
|Biography Of Ethan Allen|
|Real Name||Ethan Allen|
|Profession||Revolutionaries, Political Leaders, Philosophers, Writers|
|Famous as||Revolutionary War Hero|
|Personal life of Ethan Allen|
|Born on||21 January 1738|
|Died At Age||51|
|Born in||Burlington, Vermont, United States|
|Died on||12 February 1789|
|Siblings||Ira Allen, Heber Allen, Zimri Allen, Levi Allen, Heman Allen, Lydia Allen, Lucy Allen|
|Spouses/Partners||Frances Montresor Brush Buchanan (m. 1784-1789), Mary Brownson (m. 1762-1783)|
|Personal Fact of Ethan Allen|
Ethan Allen was an American Revolutionary War hero, farmer, politician, and philosopher. He is best known as one of the founders of the U.S. state of Vermont, and also for the capture of Fort Ticonderoga during the American Revolutionary War. Ethan was born in rural Connecticut and had a strict upbringing right from his childhood. He was the oldest of the eight children in the family and took over the family landholdings after his father’s death.
Allen along with his brother explored the lands in the New Hampshire Grants and purchased land over there which is now known as the state of Vermont. He was the leader of the group named as Green Mountain Boys that carried out the campaign against New Yorkers to leave their land. The group later fought for the American colonies against Great Britain.
Allen along with Benedict Arnold and the Green Mountain Boys easily captured Fort Ticonderoga from the British soldiers. After his retirement from the military services, Allen along with his philosopher friend, Dr. Thomas Young published a book Reason the Only Oracle of Man on Deist philosophy. Ethan Allen died following an apoplectic fit in Burlington, Vermont.
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