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DEC. 19 - Valley Forge-soldiers died at rate of 12 per day - 'Feet and legs froze till they became black'

DEC. 19 - Valley Forge-soldiers died at rate of 12 per day - 'Feet and legs froze till they became black'

Dec. 19, 1777. George Washington and his 11,000 man Continental Army begin their grim winter encampment at Valley Forge, PA

Dec. 19, 1777. George Washington and his 11,000 man Continental Army begin their grim winter encampment at Valley Forge, PA

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"George Washington at Valley Forge" by Steve Straub

General George Washington and a Committee of Congress at Valley Forge. Winter 1777-78. Copy of engraving after W. H. Powell, published 1866 (Library of Congress)

General George Washington and a Committee of Congress at Valley Forge. Winter 1777-78. Copy of engraving after W. H. Powell, published 1866 (Library of Congress)

The battle of Yorktown was the final battle of the American revolution. The British were surrounded by AM troops. Eventually they surrendered which signaled the end of the revolution

The battle of Yorktown was the final battle of the American revolution. The British were surrounded by AM troops. Eventually they surrendered which signaled the end of the revolution

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Silversmith Paul Revere took part in the Boston Tea Party and famously alerted the Lexington Minutemen about the approach of the British in 1775.

Silversmith Paul Revere took part in the Boston Tea Party and famously alerted the Lexington Minutemen about the approach of the British in 1775.

As his army marched into Valley Forge on December 19, Washington hoped that his officers and soldiers, with "one heart" and "one mind," woul...

As his army marched into Valley Forge on December 19, Washington hoped that his officers and soldiers, with "one heart" and "one mind," woul...

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