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Related Historical Markers.
By Keith S Smith, March 29, 2011
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|Cornwallis’ division of the British Army halted here September 11, 1777, on its march to the Battlefield of Brandywine — — Map (db m50107) HM|
|The center of the American line, Wayne commanding, was near Chadds Ford and faced west. In late afternoon as Cornwallis was making the main assault on the American right wing, 3 miles north, Knyphausen's division of British and Hessians crossed . . . — — Map (db m8279) HM|
|The battle ended just southwest of here at nightfall. With Howe and his troops holding the field, Washington’s force withdrew to Chester. Although he was wounded, Lafayette helped to reorganize the retreating troops, and Pulaski’s cavalry protected . . . — — Map (db m146793) HM|
|Erected in 1763 Used as a hospital after The Battle of Brandywine September 11, 1777 — — Map (db m41301) HM|
|To mark the site of the first line of defense of the American Army at the Battle of the Brandywine 11 September 1777 — — Map (db m41300) HM|