Brandywine, site of a pivotal defeat during the American Revolution, is often overlooked

 

It’s not as well known as Gettysburg, but the Battle of Brandywine — a turning point in the Revolutionary War — might have had an even more dramatic effect on American history.

Source: Brandywine, site of a pivotal defeat during the American Revolution, is often overlooked – LancasterOnline

For more information on visiting the Brandywine Battlefield click here. Although not mentioned in the article, Washington sent 500 of his soldiers wounded at The Battle of Brandywine to convalesce at The Ephrata Cloister in northern Lancaster County. 

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