Winter At Valley Forge-Social Studies

Winter At Valley Forge-Social Studies
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  • We'll be camping here for the winter. Share the tents men.
  • Hmmm..Where did my coat go?
  • Is it just me, or is it getting even colder? I'm freezing my buns off!
  • Men I've called you here tonight hoping you'll help your fellow troop...
  • PICK UP THE PACE! FASTER!
  • In December, 1777, General George Washington moved the Continental Army to Valley Forge for the winter.
  • What about a bathroom break?
  • I got this!
  • So tired...
  • While staying at Valley Forge the men suffered from the cold, hunger, and fatigue. They also, had a short supply of clothes.
  • I don't know what i've been told!
  • Come on Men! We got this!
  • But Joe's socks are really old!
  • From the lack of supplies and more, 2,000 soldiers died. Washington decided to send men, led by Nathanael Greene, on missions to procure what provisions could be found in the surrounding countryside.  
  • Baron Von Steuben worked to bring uniformity to the soldiers that lacked martial training to effect the British. Baron developed a well system of drill for the entire army and taught them combat maneuvers that will help them greatly against the British.
  • Washington also added a noteworthy French officer to his staff in Valley Forge . His name was Marquis de Lafayette. He arrived at the camp in December, 1777, with the rest of the army. Lafayette was directly engaged, and endured the same hardship as his men while making sure they were provided with as many resources as possible.
  • Refreshed ,reorganized, and uniformly trained the Continental Army marched forward to the Battle of Monmouth in June, 1778, with their newly found professions and discipline. 
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