W3R-MD

About W3R-Maryland

The National Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route Association Inc. (W3R-US) is the private sector 501c3 partner to the Washington Rochambeau National Historic Trail. This Trail commemorates the allied French and diverse Continental armies during the American War of Independence. It tells the story of the experiences they had as they travelled hundreds of miles to, and from, the victorious Siege of Yorktown in 1781 and 1782.

W3R-MD State Report

  • William Talbot delivered a lecture presentation on the Maryland Units’ involvement in the Revolutionary War.
  • Maryland Veterans Museum organized and led six field trips for Charles Co. Public Schools, where students of AP African American Studies had the opportunity to delve into the narratives of African Americans in Military History, with a specific focus on their contributions during the Revolutionary War.

LATEST W3R-MD NEWS

  “The Untold Story of Patriots in the American Revolution”, an interactive storybook brought to you by W3R-US, the Maryland...

“The Untold Story of Patriots in the American Revolution” will be officially released on February 19th, 2024! W3R-US is proud...

W3R-US, Maryland Veteran Museum, and Port Tobacco Chapter, NSDSR, sponsored the Rochambeau Reception on August 27, 2023. The venue was the Maryland...

W3R-MD EVENTS

W3R-MD HISTORY

W3R-MD ENCAMPMENTS

W3R-MD RESOURCES

W3R-MD GALLERY

W3R-MD CONTACT & LEADERSHIP

Leadership

Elaine Lawton
Larry Abell
Robert Reyes
Mary Margaret Revell-Goodwin
John Sower

Steve Lampredi
Susan Giddings
Chuck Frascati
Mark Croati

W3R-MD VOLUNTEER SIGN-UP

Use the form below to add your name to our volunteer list. We will reach out using the contact info you provide when volunteer opportunities are available!

Donate to W3R-MD

Your support of our efforts is greatly appreciated and helps fund Trail projects, work with schoolchildren and teachers, and support long-term planning for the Trail’s development. To donate to W3R-MD, select “State Chapter Donation” as the donation type on our donate page.

W3R-MD AFFILIATES

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General Society Sons of the Revolution (SR)
General Society Sons of the Revolution (SR)
Instituted to perpetuate the memory of the men who, in the military, naval and civil service of the colonies and of the Continental Congress, achieved the Independence of the the country.
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National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution (SAR)
National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution (SAR)
Honors our Revolutionary War patriot ancestors by promoting patriotism, serving our communities and educating and inspiring future generations about the founding principles of our Country.
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The Society of the Cincinnati
The Society of the Cincinnati
The nation’s oldest patriotic organization, founded in 1783 by officers of the Continental Army who served together in the American Revolution.
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Daughters of the Cincinnati
Daughters of the Cincinnati
Founded in 1894 by women descended from commissioned officers who served under George Washington in the American Revolution’s Continental Armed Forces or in the French Royal Forces.
General Society Logo
General Society Sons of the Revolution (SR)
General Society Sons of the Revolution (SR)
Instituted to perpetuate the memory of the men who, in the military, naval and civil service of the colonies and of the Continental Congress, achieved the Independence of the the country.
SAR Logo
National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution (SAR)
National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution (SAR)
Honors our Revolutionary War patriot ancestors by promoting patriotism, serving our communities and educating and inspiring future generations about the founding principles of our Country.
The society of the cincinnati logo
The Society of the Cincinnati
The Society of the Cincinnati
The nation’s oldest patriotic organization, founded in 1783 by officers of the Continental Army who served together in the American Revolution.
Daughters of the Cincinnati Logo
Daughters of the Cincinnati
Daughters of the Cincinnati
Founded in 1894 by women descended from commissioned officers who served under George Washington in the American Revolution’s Continental Armed Forces or in the French Royal Forces.