5 edition of Washington"s last cantonment found in the catalog.
Washington"s last cantonment
|Statement||by Janet Dempsey.|
|LC Classifications||F129.N6 D46 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 295 p.,  leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||295|
|LC Control Number||86010691|
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New Windsor Cantonment State Historic Site is where the Continental Army under General George Washington spent the last winter and spring of the Revolutionary War.
In OctoberGeneral Washington moved his northern army to New Windsor to establish winter quarters. Some 7, soldiers and women and children civilian refugees encamped here. Looting, fence-burning and drunkenness plagued the officers and the citizens.
However, the troops at the New Windsor Cantonment in were the "respectable army" that George Washington had worked to create. The enemy was not the British or the Loyalists, it was the a fight against themselves.5/5(1). The New Windsor Cantonment is the last encampment made by General Washington's army before the end of the war.
In October ofa year after the American victory over the British at Yorktown, Virginia, General George Washington moved his army to New Windsor for the winter. Looting, fence-burning and drunkenness plagued the officers and the citizens.
However, the troops at the New Windsor Cantonment in were the "respectable army" that George Washington had worked to create. The enemy was not the British or the Loyalists, it was the a fight against themselves.5/5.
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