Since the beginning of this project in 1995, much scholarly research has been conducted about the Washington-Rochambeau National Historic Trail in the states through which the allied armies marched between 1780 and 1783.
This research resulted in eleven state-specific and state-focused inventories and site surveys with site-specific details on events that occurred, roads travelled and towns visited by the allied armies within the over-arching story of the Washington-Rochambeau National Historic Trail.
The research is ongoing; the reports will be periodically updated and information will be added as it becomes available. The state reports are arranged geographically from north to south.
- Rhode Island
- New York
- New Jersey
- Washington DC
“NO REGULAR CORPS COULD HAVE MAINTAINED ITS GROUND MORE FIRMLY” SITE DOCUMENTATION AND PRESERVATION PLAN FOR THE BATTLE OF THE HOOK, OCTOBER 3, 1781 GLOUCESTER COUNTY, VIRGINIA Wade P. Catts, RPA Robert A. Selig, Ph.D., Lt. Col. Lewis H. Burruss (ret), and Kevin Bradley, RPA