By Ann Truesdell
Similar to in actual lifestyles, utilizing the net comprises interacting and taking part with other folks. Readers of this e-book will discover why you will need to be respectful of the folk they meet on-line. they'll examine equipment for interacting competently in collaborative on-line discussions and for constructively criticizing others' paintings. they'll additionally replicate upon how they'd think if a person taken care of them poorly on-line.
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Valcour Island, all but forgotten in the history books, was the scene of a critical rearguard American action.
Washington's 38 • LANDMARKS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION army withdrew to Valley Forge, eighteen miles west of Philadelphia, while the Continental Congress moved to York, another ninety miles west. Historic structures and restored earthworks are part of what became the Valley Forge National Historical Park. " At the western edge of the 3,466-acre park is Washington's Headquarters, a two-story three-bay gableroofed house built of local fieldstone. The house was constructed in the 1770s by Isaac Potts, a local Quaker An Ordinary Soldier Remembers the Valley Forge Encampment At Revolutionary War historic sites, visitors learn much more about the officers involved than they do about the enlisted soldiers and sailors.
Each and every man [received] half a gill of rice and a tablespoonful of vinegar. This is how Private Joseph Plumb Martin, of the Eighth Connecticut Regiment, remembered December 18, 1777, a day of wind and freezing rain. He was among some 11,000 men of George Washington's army, 2,000 without shoes and all of them huddling through the night without tents or bedding. When dawn broke, they began the five-mile march along a rutted road from Gulph Mills, on the Schuylkill River west of Philadelphia, to the Valley Forge encampment.