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Before the winter of 1777, George Washington brought his troops to a small riverside encampment called Valley Forge
The soldiers had to build their own huts to live in.
The huts weren't all that warm, but they worked.
Soldiers often got frostbite from having ragged clothes that didn't protect them from the cold.
Many men died of disease or hunger.
After training by Freiherr von Steuben, the army's morale greatly improved.
By spring the soldiers were supplied and prepared to fight in the war once more.
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