Crossing the Delaware: George Washington and the Battle of Trenton
The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc, 15 Δεκ 2003 - 32 σελίδες
Readers will experience George Washington's crossing into greatness as he leads his troops on a perilous journey across the icy waters of the Delaware River. Once across, Washington and his troops launched one of the most amazing attacks on the British during the American Revolutionary War. Readers will relive the historic night in this riveting account of the crossing of the Delaware and the Battle of Trenton.
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A Close Call
The Battle Begins
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