The Revolutionary Story at Morristown

Morristown National Historical Park preserves the sites of the Continental Army’s winter encampment of 1779-80. Here, 10,000 soldiers endured the coldest winter on record without access to supply lines for food and clothes. They not only survived the nearly 20 snowstorms and frozen seaports that plagued the region that season – they banded together and persisted under Washington’s leadership.


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