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Cornerstones of Freedom: The Story of Valley Forge (Hardback)

"The men shivered and starved through that brutal winter. But Spring brought miracles. Supplies arrived. The river filled with shad. European allies arrived to train the men. And by the summer of 1778, a new American army emerged from Valley Forge." — Childrens Press, Publisher

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Condition

VERY GOOD: The book's spine, pages, and covers are in excellent condition.

Description

This is the story of the struggles of General George Washington’s army during the winter of 1777-1778 in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, a high plain that Washington had selected near Philadelphia, the site of a fallen capital during the American Revolutionary War. There were major struggles to overcome, but once the summer came, Washington and his troops were newly prepared to continue the cause for American independence. There are many illustrations and pictures to enhance the reading.

Details

SKU:
111
Genre/Subject:
History – American
Author:
Stein, R. Conrad
Publisher:
Childrens Press
Publish Date:
(c) 1985; 1994 Revised Edition
Format:
Hardcover
Weight (pounds):
0.53
Dimensions (W”xL”xH”):
8.1″x9.7″x0.3″
ISBN-13:
N/A
ISBN-10:
0516066838
Collection:
Juvenile
Series:
Cornerstones of Freedom

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