Five Things You Didn’t Know About The Battle of Yorktown

The Battle of Yorktown ended the American Revolutionary War, but what have we forgotten about it?

On the morning of October 17th, 1781, a drummer boy, clad in red, mounted the parapet surrounding the British encampment at Yorktown. It’s unknown whether anyone heard his drum over the sound of booming…

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