• "Battle of the Wabash" [.pdf file]
  • Scarritt, The Battle of Palo Alto
  • McClellan, The Battle of Cerro Gordo

Lengel (map), includes, background, the March to Brandywine, the Battle...

English, "The First Battle of Bull Run"

Dana Greene, "Battle of the and

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In the battle, which took place primarily on a rise about three-quarters of a mile (one km) from the fort itself, a French army of about 4,000 men under General Louis-Joseph de Montcalm and the Chevalier de Levis decisively defeated an overwhelmingly numerically superior force of British troops under General James Abercrombie, which frontally assaulted an entrenched French position without using field artillery.

Reno, "Report on the Battle of Little Big Horn"

More troops fought at Brandywine than any other battle of the American Revolution.
Brad will share with us stories about his collection of barns, including the original 1832 English Lake District barn that stands on his property in Upper Providence Township, Montgomery County. In addition he will share pictures and stories about several of the Montgomery County standard bank barns he has dismantled and saved as well as a Chester County style conical post forebay bank barn that stood in the Newtown Square area and a double decker Lake District barn from Arcola, PA. Photos of the antique farm equipment found in these buildings will be part of the presentation.


Philip aboard the , "Report on the Battle of Santiago" [.pdf file]

Taylor aboard the ,"Report on the Battle of Santiago" [.pdf file]
Washington believed that he had all of the fords along the Brandywine guarded by his troops and that the closest unguarded ford was twelve miles up-river. Washington was confident that the area was secure.

Sampson, aboard the , "Report on the Battle of Santiago" [.pdf file]
Sean Moir presents a program describing Revolutionary War troop movements in Chester and Delaware Counties. Known as the Philadelphia Campaign, this included three battles within two weeks: the Battle of Brandywine, the Battle of the Clouds, and the Paoli Massacre.

Grant, AEF, on the Battle of Belleau Wood [.pdf file]

During the raid, the Seneca in particular targeted non-combatants, and reports state that 30 such individuals were slain, in addition to a number of armed defenders.

Bush, Address Announcing the End of Major Combat Operations in Iraq

Paul Eisenhauer will give an illustrated talk about Wharton Esherick’s life and work in Chester County, with particular emphasis on Sunekrest, the farm that he and his wife Letty purchased in 1913, and which the Museum re-purchased in 2014. Dr. Eisenhauer will share some of the Museum’s plans for utilizing the space.

[Site of the French battery] in Fort William Henry Village.

The Battles of Saratoga (September 19 and October 7, 1777) marked the climax of the Saratoga campaign giving a decisive victory to the Americans over the British in the American Revolutionary War.

[Site of the French battery] in fort William Henry Village.

As part of a multi-award winning county project, sponsored in part by the National Park Service and the American Battlefield Protection Program (ABPP), Sean has worked for the last three years researching, mapping, and animating the conflicts of the 1777 Philadelphia Campaign, specifically the Battle of Brandywine and the Paoli Massacre.

Battle of Brandywine - Wikipedia

Greg Huber is a barn and house historian, consultant, and owner of Past Perspectives and Eastern Barn Consultants who creates house and barn histories. Since 1971, Huber has specialized in pre-1840 house and barn architecture of Holland Dutch, English, and Pennsylvania Swiss-German cultures. Huber has documented more than 8,000 vernacular buildings, over 3,000 homestead houses and 5,000 barns. He has authored 200 articles and co-authored two books — ‘The New World Dutch Barn’ and ‘Stone Houses -Traditional Homes of Pennsylvania’s Bucks County and Brandywine Valley’.