A Note about Additions and Corrections


The Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route follows the routes taken by thousands of American and French forces to and from Yorktown in 1781 and 1782. Their marches directly impacted the lives of thousands of Americans living along the roads.

Just like the people living along those roads almost 250 years ago supported the troops materially through meats, firewood, straw, and shelter, we are calling on you no matter where you live to help us recreate as complete and historically correct an account of that march and the experiences of the participants as it is possible today.

Therefore – as you read the reports, essays, and maps on our site and see something that you think is incorrect or incomplete, or if you have information that you feel should be incorporated and displayed on our site, please let us know by sending an email to https://w3r-us.org/contact/ and we’ll get back to you.

Thank you very much. We look forward to hearing from you.

The W3R-US Team

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