Saving Washington’s army

Phillip Thomas Tucker has meticulously narrated the little-known tale of the Battle of Pell’s Point and the heroic actions of Colonel John Glover, ensuring historical accuracy and attention to detail throughout his account. General William Howe, the commander of the mighty British-Hessian Army, along with his troops, had a prime opportunity to capture and destroy the army of General George Washington when he landed his troops at Pell’s Point, the northern side of New York City. His bold move of landing north of Washington’s army severely threatened the American Revolution and the Continental Army until thwarted by Colonel Glover’s tactical brilliance.


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