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No Spot in This Far Land Is More Immortalized: A History of Pennsylvania's Washington Crossing Historic Park

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No Spot in This Far Land Is More Immortalized: A History of Pennsylvania's Washington Crossing Historic Park - Osborne, Peter, Mr., and Farkas, William (Foreword by)
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On Christmas night 1776 George Washington and twenty-four hundred men stepped off from the Pennsylvania side of the Delaware River to cross the icy waterway. They went on to win a decisive victory at Trenton, New Jersey, and then later at Princeton. The battles changed the course of the Revolutionary War. The first official efforts to memorialize the heroic event began in Pennsylvania in 1895. A park commission was created in 1917, and they formally dedicated the park in 1921. The park includes the historic shoreline, the ...

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No Spot in This Far Land Is More Immortalized: A History of Pennsylvania's Washington Crossing Historic Park 2014, Yardley Press

ISBN-13: 9780986030536

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No Spot in This Far Land Is More Immortalized: A History of Pennsylvania's Washington Crossing Historic Park 2014, Yardley Press

ISBN-13: 9780986030529

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