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Valley Forge was the military camp 18 miles (29 km) northwest of Philadelphia where the American Continental Army spent the winter of 1777–78 during the ...


On this day in History, Washington leads troops into winter quarters at Valley Forge on Dec 19, 1777. Learn more about what happened today on History.


With the onset of the bitter winter cold, the Continental Army under General George Washington, still in the field, enters its winter camp at Valley Forge, 22 miles ...


American spirits reached a low point during the harsh winter of 1777-78. British troops had marched triumphantly into Philadelphia the previous autumn.


Even under the most trying conditions, including his army's winter encampments, Washington remained with his soldiers. The March to Valley Forge by William ...


Aug 25, 2016 ... Entry on the time the Continental Army spent in Valley Forge during the Winter of 1777-1778.


Mar 9, 2017 ... Valley Forge was the encampment for Gen. George Washington's Continental Army during the winter of 1777/78 and saw privation and ...


Kids learn about Valley Forge. The place where George Washington and the Continental Army spent the winter during the Revolutionary War.


An eyewitness account of the ordeal of the Continental Army at Valley Forge. ... T he winter of 1777-8 was the low point of America's struggle for independence.


General Washington probably decided to move his troops to Valley Forge, because it ... There were also foreign officers who spent the winter in Valley Forge.