Jockey Hollow is a wildernes near Morristown, New Jersey where General George Washington's Revolutionary Armu camped durin the winters of 1779 to 1782. Here freezing, starving, fighting, rarely-paid troops are surrounded by desertion, treason, and mutiny. The book looks at Jockey Hollow, its impact on the soldiers, and ultimately its impact on the outcom of the American Revolution.
"A fine treatmemt of a topic not easily condensed for readers, let alone middle-grade readers." --Jude M. Pfister, Chief of Cultureal Resources, Morristown National Historical Park.