The encampments of the Continental Army at Morristown, New Jersey, sum up much of the Revolutionary War. The American Revolution was a war more of waiting than of battles and fighting. For the patriots, perhaps this was just as well, because they tended to lose the battles. But waiting imposed its own trials on patience and on the ability of the infant United States and its weak economy to sustain an army in the field. That is the story this book tells. Softcover; 111 pages.
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