American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A village of southeast Pennsylvania on the Schuylkill River northwest of Philadelphia. It was the site of the headquarters of the Continental Army under George Washington from December 1777 to June 1778 during the American Revolution. The encampment was subjected to severe winter weather that caused extensive illness and suffering.
“Washington had been forced to rely on impressments at Valley Forge and again at Morristown; he wished never to resort to such measures again.”
“Carrying on with VF-51 from the Valley Forge cruise were LTJG Francis N.”
“She is a member of the Valley Forge Romance Writers, the New Jersey Romance Writers, and the Romance Writers of America.”
“May 31, '65: Gene II graduated from Valley Forge Military Academy in Wayne, Pennsylvania.”
“Our encampment around Monterey, Virginia, was Valley Forge in the winter, the Sierra Maestra mountains in the summer.”
“Fighter Squadron 51 was a veteran squadron just then returning stateside aboard the USS Valley Forge CVA-45.”
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