No one won the Battle of Valley Forge, for no battle was fought there. Valley Forge is famous for being the place where George Washington and the men he led in the Continental Army spent the winter of 1777-1778. More »

After losing two significant battles against the British, the American Continental Army was left half-starved and dispirited when they reached their winter encampment in Valley Forge; however, General George Washington s... More »

Out of approximately 12,000 soldiers who marched in, about 2,000 soldiers died during the winter encampment at Valley Forge in 1777 and 1778. Approximately two-thirds of the deaths resulted from the typhus, typhoid, dyse... More »

After losing two significant battles against the British, the American Continental Army was left half-starved and dispirited when they reached their winter encampment in Valley Forge; however, General George Washington s... More »

Out of approximately 12,000 soldiers who marched in, about 2,000 soldiers died during the winter encampment at Valley Forge in 1777 and 1778. Approximately two-thirds of the deaths resulted from the typhus, typhoid, dyse... More »

A combined force of troops from the American Continental Army and the French Army, the former led by General George Washington and the latter by the Comte de Rochambeau, won the Battle of Yorktown against British Army tr... More »

The winner of the Battle of Antietam was deemed inconclusive, although a tactical victory was claimed by the Union army and gave President Abraham Lincoln the backing he needed to deliver the Emancipation Proclamation. T... More »