Yorktown has been mentioned more than a hundred times throughout the RSS channels we monitor. This location appears to be especially popular on the channel 'Williamsburg Yorktown Daily' where it has more than a hundred mentions. As seen in the chart below, Yorktown had the highest popularity figure in January last year.

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Washington’s Open Letter of March 12, 1790 to American Catholics

[...] who arrived in Newport in July 1780 and who played a key role in defeating a British army at Yorktown, Virginia, in September 1781, which led to America’s victory in the war and securing its [...]

smallstatebighistory.com

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Is an American Coup d’etat in Progress?

[...] to enter the war on the colonist’s side. When the French armada showed up at the battle of Yorktown, the British surrendered. The Second American Revolution is championed by alternative news like [...]

therockandrolltimes.com

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Identifying the French Landing Site in Newport

[...] and Biography 35 (1911), 90-102. Gallatin, Gabriel Gaspard, Baron de. Journal of the Siege of Yorktown in 1781 Operated by the General Staff of the French Army, as Recorded in the Hand of Gaspard de [...]

smallstatebighistory.com

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#WO2Crosscountry: Historic Jamestowne and Williamsburg, Virginia

[...] that we learned in our history books was completely wrong. We parked at the visitors center for Yorktown and Historic Jamestowne, paid the nominal entry fee and walked a bridge over the swamp to the [...]

wardrobeoxygen.com

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A French Officer Seeks to Rebuild Aquidneck Island’s Revolutionary War Fortifications

[...] the brevet rank of major on November 16, 1781 for his distinguished services at the siege of Yorktown. He returned to France in 1783 and served as an infantry officer, reaching the rank of colonel [...]

smallstatebighistory.com

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Top 20 Greatest Rhode Islanders of All Time: Counting Down from Number 5 to 1

[...] army gained control of most of the South and Cornwallis’s exhausted army was captured at Yorktown, Virginia in October of 1781. Married to the vivacious and intelligent Catharine [...]

smallstatebighistory.com

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