Valley Forge


Valley Forge was the winter encampment of the Continental Army from 19 December 1777 until 18 June 1778, during one of the most difficult winters of the American Revolutionary War (1775-1783). Despite being undersupplied, underfed, and plagued with disease, the Continental Army underwent significant training and reorganization at Valley Forge, emerging as a much more disciplined and effective fighting force.

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  • 19 Dec 1777 - 18 Jun 1778
    The Continental Army spends a grueling winter at Valley Forge. The supply department is reformed and the soldiers are trained, creating a more effective fighting force.