Traversing the Ten Crucial Days Campaign
Saturday, December 15,
Friday December 21,
Monday December 31st.
Bus Tour 9:30am – 5:00 pm
Meet at Washington Crossing Historic Park,
1112 River Road, Washington Crossing, PA 18977
Begin 2019 with an expanded understanding of the significant events that turned the tide of the American Revolution from lost cause to victory! This all-day bus tour through Washington Crossing, Trenton, and Princeton explores the social and military questions of the Ten Crucial Days Campaign, December 26, 1776 – January 3, 1777. Larry Kidder, author of CROSSROADS OF THE REVOLUTION: Trenton 1774 – 1783 and A PEOPLE HARASSED AND EXHAUSTED: The First Hunterdon County Militia and TEN CRUCIAL DAYS: Washington's Vision for Victory Unfolds, and Roger S. Williams; Co-Founder of TenCrucialDays.org, a member of the Society of Military History and Society for Historians of the Early American Republic, provide detailed information about the military history, terrain, and more. Cost: $125 per person includes bus fare, lunch, and donations to selected tour sites. Limit: 36 Guests. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to officially recognized friends groups of the four venues of the Ten Crucial Days Campaign: Washington Crossing Historic Park in Pennslyvania, The Washington Crossing Park Association in New Jersey, The Old Barracks Museum in Trenton and the Princeton Battlefield Society in Princeton.
If you are interested in reserving a seat on this tour, please send an email to roger@TenCrucialDays.org. For other questions, contact Roger Williams at 609-389-5657, roger@TenCrucialDays.org
This tour is brought to you by the Trenton Downtown Association