The turning point

Ketchum, Richard M.
October 1997
American Heritage;Oct97, Vol. 48 Issue 6, p102
Details the surrender of British Army at Saratoga, New York, formerly known as Schuylerville on October 17, 1777. Individual responsible for the British's defeat; Memorial for the heroes.


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