J.R.,John Micklos

Washington's Crossing the Delaware and the Winter at Valley Forge—Through Primary Sources

In the winter of 1776, the Americans looked defeated. But General George Washington did not give up. His troops made a daring move, crossing the Delaware River and winning two battles. The next winter, Washington’s soldiers were cold and starving at Valley Forge. How could poorly-equipped and untrained men crush the mighty British? Follow author John Micklos, Jr., as he explores two wild winters with Washington.
50 printed pages
Original publication


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