Neighborhoods in the Network / Valley Forge National Historical Park

10.22.08 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Many consider it the turning point of the Revolutionary War: the winter General George Washington’s Continental Army lived and trained at Valley Forge, just two hours south of Wilkes-Barre, PA. Martha Manikas-Foster interviews Supervisory Ranger Bill Troppman of the Valley Forge National Historical Park in this feature report. He says you can use your cell phone to learn about the park as you tour the grounds.

To find out more about the importance of Valley Forge, PA in American history, or to learn about the Valley Forge National Historical Park’s visitor programs, log onto nps.gov.

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