Nine Months in York Town
Who could have imagined that a land of opportunity would one day become the battleground for a bloody and bitter war? Leaders would be drawn, lives would be lost. In the midst of all that, a Pennsylvania frontier village called York Town, now York, PA., would stand in the eye of the storm. For nine months, while the Army shivered in Valley Forge, the Revolutionary War's leaders camped in York Town, as they put on paper their dreams for the United States of America. James McClure, author of best seller "Never to be Forgotten," tells the story of the architects of a new country and the lives they touched in York Town while laboring on its foundation.