Count Pulaski, and the Stars and Stripes join America's Revolution
during thirteen extraordinary days at the Neshaminy Encampment at
Moland House. On August 10, 1777, General George Washington
and the Continental Army camped in rural Warwick Township, in the
County of Bucks, Pennsylvania. For the next thirteen days, the Continental
Army kept watch for British Army scouts and prepared for battle.
These next battles would be the Battles of Brandywine and Germantown.
Photo from the reenactment of the Battle of Brandywine,
objectives of the National Society of the Daughters of the American
Revolution are Historic Preservation, Promotion of Education, and
Patriotic Endeavor. For that purpose, we include some interesting
history about just a few Revolutionary happenings. Enjoy! We encourage
all to learn more:
Washington Resigns His Commission,
A bit of history takes place at the State House in Annapolis, Maryland.
Brent, A Woman of Property, A new Maryland Colony in religious
crisis held together by a female lawyer.
Washington's Journal, A transcribed account from his journey
to Ohio from 2 issues of the Maryland Gazette.