Please visit the following websites for additional insight and
information related to the Revolutionary War and Valley Forge National
Historical Park. The sites commemorate the sacrifices of
the Revolutionary War and honor those who came together to overcome
adversity during extraordinary times.
- Valley Forge National Historical Park
The official National Park Service website for Valley
Forge. Includes visitor information, tours and available
services plus calendar of Park happenings and special
- Valley Forge Park Alliance
Support the ongoing work of the Muster Roll Project by
making a contribution to or joining the Alliance.
The Alliance protects, preserves, and promotes the
Park by raising funds for vital restoration projects and
contributing thousands of volunteer hours for much needed
park maintenance, as well as offering interpretive and
awareness programs to assure that Valley Forge remains a
significant historical event and place in our
- Society of the
Descendants of Washington’s Army at Valley Forge
The Society was founded for the purpose of compiling a roll
and preserving the identity of individual soldiers,
especially those who lie in unmarked graves. The Society
continues to attract descendants with a direct blood line
from an officer or enlisted man of George Washington’s
Army at Valley Forge for educational and charitable
- Battles of Saratoga
Saratoga National Historical Park in New York and Heritage Hunters have
compiled a list of American participants in this “turning point of the Revolutionary War.”
The site also includes an overview of the battles and research references.
Unique online collection offering some never-before-seen
historic documents and digitized images — a popular
favorite for further research on Revolutionary War soldiers.
- The National Archives
As the Nation’s record keeper, this site offers
valuable records which may be helpful in finding clues about
your family's history or military services, and conducting
other historical research.
- National Park Service Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System
The Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System is a computerized database containing very
basic facts about servicemen who served on both sides during the Civil War. Other information
includes: histories of regiments in both the Union and Confederate Armies, links to descriptions
of 384 significant battles of the war, and other historical information.
Painting courtesy of Don Troiani,
General Washington’s Life Guard by Don Troiani