Newsletters

#1 Purpose
Thank you State Representative Pamela Sawyer
#2 Archeological and Architectural Historians selected
Rochambeau’s 5th Encampment Endangered
#3 Caution: Architectural Historians at Work
The Bricks of Lebanon
#4 Value in Heritage Preservation Based Tourism
#5 Without Rochambeau’s Army would the Revolution been lost?
Revolutionary Road Map of Connecticut unveiled
#6 A tradition for the Revolutionary Road
Diversity on the Revolutionary Road
#7 Historian David McCullough comments
Outstanding Archeological finds
#8 Special Edition
How to do it: Procedure for registering the Revolutionary Road
#9 Have you written?
Connecticut Phase One completeion celebration
#10 France to validate Revolutionary Road
Re-enactor humor
#11 Dr Jacques Bossière honored
Revolutionary Road Connecticut Phase One review
#12 The Revolutionary Road – A Trip Back to the Future
Re-enactor humor
#13 Revolutionary Road – Lucky 13
Rochambeau encampment 5
#14 Putnam Memorial State Park
Revolutionary Road Project has two years to go
#15 E-mails to the Editor
Nathan Hale Muster
#16 Working Smarter Together
Phase Two of Rochambeau route
#17 Support of the French Consulate
Recommended Book of the month
#18 The good is oft interred with our bones
Camp 5 update
#19 Franco-American forces to link up
Bolton’s Rose Farm – Now or Never
#20 Vote imminent on preserving the 5th French camp
#21 On the Razzle looking for the Phantom Headquarters
New Jersey on the move, too
#22 White Plains encampments
Re-enactor humor
#23 Washington-Rochambeau partnership
American heritage strained to the limit
#24 Irreconcilable Similarities
Is it up to snuff?
#25 225th Anniversary
The Winter 220 Years Ago
#26 Victory at Stony Point
Grant to Bolton Historical Society
#27 Sabre Rattling
Attempted Arrest of Rochambeau
#28 Productive Meeting in Hartford
Native American Allies
#29 Saving Camp 5, The Rose Farm
Rose Farm’s Historic Moments
#30 Camp 5 is Preserved
Meeting with Congressman Larson
#31 Lauzun’s Legion
When You Harbor Trust, Honor Wll Dock There
#32 Congressman Larson introduces WRRR Bill
Re-enactor groups ready for July 22nd weekend
#33 HR 4794 – The Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route National Heritage Act
Intelligence, Secrecy and Security on the WRRR
#34 HR 4794
Education Through W3R Heritage Tourism
#35 HR 4794 Passed Both House of Congress
The Wethersfield Conference Plan
#36 Heritage Loss Due to Widening Historic Roads
Alternative 133B Bypass
#37 Thank You for a Remarkable Year
Washington-Rochambeau Milllenium Trail
#38 Lafayette and the W3R
W3R Stamps Need a Long Lead Time
#39 R.I. Organizes a strong WRRR Committee
Town Official Suggests Demolishing Camp 5 Building
#40 Encore! For Congressman John Larson
The Wethersfield Plan according to Lauzun
#41 SAR Completes Roster of W3R Representatives
The New York Theater (1781, Off Broadway)
#42 CT W3R Meeting PLanned for June 3
Washington and Lafayette in VA Part 1
#43 Meeting to establish W3R Committees
Washington and Lafayette in VA Part 2
#44 Knowlton’s Rangers and the W3R
Summary Wrap-up of the Wethersfield Plan
#45 Profound Secrecy Preparing for the March
Dr. Thatcher Described Washington
#46 The Profound Horror of September 11
The W3R Committee Is Dead. Long Live the W3R
#47 A Washington Rochambeau Trail Committee
The Thesis for the Trail
#48 First W3R National Trail Public Hearings
Bolton White Tavern Nominated to National Register
#49 How We Should Transmit Washington’s Legacy
Washington Gives Us Incontrovertible Proof
#50 SAR Transmitting Washington’s and Rochambeau’s Legacy
Hope for the W3R National Historic Trail Increases
#51 What We Must Prepare to Do Next
The Cooperative Management System (CMS) for the W3R NHT
#52 What is a National Historic Trail?
Marketing American Culture & Civilization
#53 Words of Worship and War
From The Office of Congressman John B. Larson
#54 Crossing the Valley of Death
From The Desk of George Washington
#55 Separating Church & State
A Christmas Custom
#56 Senate Legislation
American Culture Blooming On the W3R
#57 Before They Were Monuments They Were Men
Patriots are the True Liberals
In The Beginning
Going Forward with the W3RNHT
#58 We are at a Critical Juncture
We Must Hang Together Now or We Will Hang Separately
Madam Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi
Subcommittee on National Parks, Forests and Public Lands
History of the W3R Bills
#59 The Senate Super-bill
Last Week Senator Joseph Lieberman’s Staff reported
French President Nicolas Sarkozy Visiting Next Week
House Subcommittee Has Hearing to Move Bill HR1286 Tomorrow
Last Week Congressman Joe Courtney said
Today CT. State Representative Pamela Sawyer said
Compelling Reasons for Passing the W3RNHT
Nine critical states needed to actively support Senate (S686) and House (HR1286) versions
Partnerships and synergies yield W3R accountability
Strategic Considerations for Passage of the Bills
America’s first Military Alliance
It takes just ten minutes to contact your Congressman or Senator
#61 Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route, National Historic Trail
#62 Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route, National Historic Trail
#63 Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route, National Historic Trail
#64 Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route, National Historic Trail
#65 Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route, National Historic Trail
#66 Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route, National Historic Trail
#67 Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route, National Historic Trail
#68 Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route, National Historic Trail
#69 Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route, National Historic Trail


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