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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 ...

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6 days ago ... Valley Forge was the site of the 1777-78 winter encampment of the Continental Army. The park commemorates the sacrifices and perseverance ...

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Historic Valley Forge. Read the story of the 6-month encampment at Valley Forge . Plus a timeline, weather reports, the French Connection, Franklin, spies, ...

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While the British occupied Philadelphia, Washington and his army hunkered down for a harsh winter at Valley Forge. No battle was fought there, yet, it was the  ...

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The March to Valley Forge by William Trego, 1883 (Museum of the American Revolution). During the winter of 1777 to 1778, Washington camped with his troops ...

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Plan your visit to Valley Forge National Historical Park. View park details, living history programs, outdoor recreation and trails, events and maps.

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Under General Washington's command, the Continental Army survives dire circumstances at Valley Forge.

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In December, 1777, General George Washington moved the Continental Army to their winter quarters at Valley Forge. Though Revolutionary forces had secured ...

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On December 19, 1777, 11,000 Continental Army regulars marched into Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, to set up winter quarters during the Revolutionary War.