“What Can’t Brave Americans Endure?”
This marks Joseph Lee Boyle’s second book dedicated to resurrecting the identities of the heroes of the six-month encampment of the Continental Army at Valley Forge in 1777-1778. His previous volume, “Fire, Cake, and Water,” identifies the Connecticut soldiers who were among the 30,000 individuals whose names appear on the surviving monthly muster and payroll records for the beleaguered Valley Forge encampment. Boyle’s latest volume examines the New Jersey contingent.
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