A Revolutionary War Road Trip on US Route 4: Spend a Revolutionary Day Along One of America's Most Historic Routes
Cyber Haus, 2004 - 162 páginas
FASTEN YOUR SEAT BELTS for a one-day, Revolutionary War, driving tour that traces the British Invasion of 1777 along Historic US Route 4 through Vermont and New York. The leader of the British invasion, General John Burgoyne described this area as God Forsaken, but he no doubt was frustrated by the stubbornness of its citizens who would not surrender to his invading army. Actually, this area includes some of the most beautiful country in the northeast United States. It's no wonder that its citizens would not give it away.
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