Benjamin said, “I tried not to worry your grandma.
In wartime, armies don’t fight in winter. They make camp until the following spring.
“The British spent the winter in the capital city of Philadelphia, taking advantage of the Quartering Act that allowed them to move into any home and live there, and the owner couldn’t object. You can bet the Redcoats were snug and warm and had plenty of food.
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