New Hope History Day Photos

Discussion in 'Todays Battlegrounds' started by AmandaLynn, Jun 3, 2007.

  1. AmandaLynn

    AmandaLynn New Member

    New Hope, PA celebrated History Day on Saturday, June 2, which marked the role the town played during the American Revolution. New Hope was called Coryell's Ferry during the Revolution and it was where Washington made his second most famous crossing of the Delaware River into NJ to fight the British at Monmouth Courthouse. But then, you all knew that anyway!  :D

  2. Rev-War

    Rev-War New Member

    Great pictures!  It looks like it was a fun time.
  3. The General

    The General New Member

    Looks like a cool event, Linda. Thanks for sharing those photos.

  4. AmandaLynn

    AmandaLynn New Member

    Hi Eric,

    It's a really nice event. Still on the small side, though. :( Some day I hope it'll have the same draw as the Lambertville Civil War Re-enactment does. For those of you who aren't familiar with the area, Lambertville, NJ is right across the river from New Hope, PA.


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