The House Used by General George Washington at Valley Forge Still Stands Today
This history honors its simple beauty and sketches some features of the time which gave it form.
Beyond that, it follows the vicissitudes of the building's post revolutionary experience, and finally, celebrates the fact that it has survived.
"Washington's Headquarters at Valley Forge" is currently on sale FREE during July 4th weekend!
By: BristleCone Press
James R. Bachman—professional historian and specialist in 18th century Georgian architecture—
Washington's Headquarters at Valley Forge is a thorough, expertly researched architectural narrative that extends all the way back to the home's construction in the late 1760's by Isaac Potts. Readers are taken on a journey through George Washington's use of the home from 1777 to 1778 all the way to present-day.
Every feature of the home from its exterior and interior features to its joinery and paneling is explored and explained in riveting historical context. The author includes plenty of full-color, high-resolution pictures that bring the home to life for the reader. The book includes important facts related to the ownership status of the house and the restoration work that has been necessary to preserve this incredible building for generations to come.
For a very limited time, this architectural foray into the roots of American history is being made available for FREE to Kindle readers from Friday, July 3rd until Monday, July 6th. Learn more at https://www.amazon.com/
As America celebrates its independence this July 4th, Kindle readers can deepen their knowledge of what life was like for one of the most important leaders our nation has ever seen, during a time that was so pivotal for us as a country.
This is an incredible opportunity for history buffs and architecture enthusiasts to better understand the rich, complex background of Washington's Headquarters at Valley Forge. This is Bachman's second edition of the book, an update to its initial publication in 2018.
To download the ebook for free, readers can view it on the Kindle platform this July 4th weekend, 2020 here: https://www.amazon.com/