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Germantown

Germantown, a northwestern neighborhood of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, was the site of the Battle of Germantown, fought on October 4, 1777, as part of the Philadelphia Campaign. Visitors can see a stone and bronze monument commemorating the battle erected by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in Vernon Park. In addition, there are additional information signs about the battle outside Cliveden, also known as the Chew House, which was built in 1767 and witnessed the fighting.

Germantown: What's Nearby

Philadelphia, PA
Grand Army of The Republic Civil War Museum and Library
Philadelphia, PA

Related Battles

Philadelphia | October 4, 1777
Result: British Victory
Estimated Casualties
1,644
American
1,111
British
533