A Revolutionary War Road Trip on US Route 9: Spend a Revolutionary Day Along One of America's Most Historic Routes
Cyber Haus, 2004 - 166 páginas
FASTEN YOUR SEAT BELTS for a one-day, Revolutionary War, driving tour along historic US Route 9 through New York State. The road trip traces the many British attempts to gain control of the Hudson River during the Revolutionary War. US Route 9, which parallels the Hudson, goes through many cities and towns that played an important role in keeping the river in American hands during the Revolution.
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Albany Marker Alexander Hamilton American Revolution Avenue Balcarres Redoubt Battles of Saratoga Bear right Benedict Arnold Breymann Redoubt bridge British army British invasion Bryan built Burgoyne's chain Church Marker Claverack Clermont Marker Clinton Cold Spring Columbia County command Congress Constitution Island Continental Army crossing Department 1935 Education Department 1932 Erected Fishkill fortifications Freeman Farm George Washington heading north Headquarters Highlands homestead Hudson River intersection with Route Interstate John Burgoyne Kings Ferry Knox Trail marker Lindenwald Livingston Martin Van Buren Mesier Mile Mark Montgomery Mount Gulian October Pass Peekskill Philip Schuyler post road marker Poughkeepsie Reach the intersection Red Hook return back Revolutionary War Road Rhinebeck Road Trip Route 9 Saratoga Battlefield Saratoga Marker Saratoga Monument Saratoga Springs Schuyler Mansion Schuylerville Schuylerville Marker soldiers Stony Point Street surrender Thaddeus Kosciuszko Today Tour Stop town Turn left Turn right Verplanck's Point Visitor Center Watch West Point Wyck York City