Tuesday, September 15, 2009

White Plains, New York

The Jacob Purdy's home in White Plains used by General Washington October 23-27, 1776. Washington pushed his army North from New York along the Bronx River. He chose Chatterton's Hill to defend and the British attacked.
The Ann Miller Farm house just two miles behind the battle line.
Washington pulled his army and crossed the North River or Hudson's River into the Jerseys.

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