Why George Washington Let the Army Starve

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Why George Washington Let the Army Starve


Note from the Editor
by Sharon Ann Holt

Note from the President
by David Moltke-Hansen

Why George Washington Let the Army Starve: Necessity meets Democracy at Valley Forge
by Sharon Ann Holt

Advising the Army: The Continental Congress leads the Nation from York Town
by James McClure

Forging the Armor of Virtue
by Holly A. Mayer

E Pluribus Unum: Pluralism in the Continental Army
by Anne H. Arsenault

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Building a New Land: African Americans in Colonial America, by James Haskins and Kathleen Benson; illustrated by James Ransome
George Washington and the Founding of a Nation, by Albert Marrin
George Washington's Socks, by Elvira Woodruff
The Joke's on George, by Michael O. Tunnell; illustrated by Kathy Osborn
Pearl, by Debby Atwell
A Picture Book of George Washington, by David A. Adler; illustrated by John and Alexandra Wallner

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Cover image:  George Washington by Charles Wilson Peale, Courtesy of The Historical Society of Pennsylvania Collection, Atwater Kent Museum of Philadelphia.