History – Jockey Hollow

Jockey HollowJockey Hollow
Where a Forgotten Army Persevered to Win America’s Freedom
By Rosalie Lauerman
Published: September 2015
ISBN: 978-0692507834
Genre: History, Non-Fiction
Formats Available For Review: Print (limited quantities, only available to qualified reviewers/bloggers in the U.S.)

Jockey Hollow has all the makings of a riveting work of fiction–treason, mutiny, enemy attacks, extreme weather conditions, unpredictable personalities, shortage of supplies–but what happened at Jockey Hollow in the winter of 1779-80 is entirely and monumentally true. It is also virtually unknown, which is why Rosalie Lauerman, who specializes in uncovering and writing under-told stories for young readers, is telling it.

This award-winning book shows the depth of the soldiers’ conviction that America should be a free country and the price they were willing to pay to win that freedom. In his farewell address, General Washington lauded the soldiers, noting, “The unparalleled perseverance of the Armies of the United States . . . was little short of a standing miracle.,”

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