Things To Do
For more information on the Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route National Historic Trail please visit the site of our partner organization, The National Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route Association, Inc. (W3R-US®) at W3R-US.org
For more information on the War for Independence please visit the site of the American Revolution Center and learn more about the upcoming Museum of the American Revolution, at americanrevolutioncenter.org
Did You Know?
On June 27, 1781, a French soldier of the Royal Deux-Ponts regiment wrote in his journal, “As soon as we reached another camp we were immediately surrounded by Americans. Among them one saw very few male persons however but only women folk: if one saw a man among them it was unfailingly an old man or a cripple because all men folk from their 14th until their 60th year had to join the colors.”