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British Army Ships Supplies to New York Ahead of Philadelphia Evacuation

On May 14, 1778, the British army prepares to move across the Delaware river by packing heavy baggage to be shipped to New York. In six weeks, they will encounter George Washington’s Continental Army, aided by New Jersey militia (re-enactors pictured), at the Battle of Monmouth.

Source: Lender, Mark E., & Stone, Garry W. (2016). Fatal Sunday. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, Okla., pp. 441-450.

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