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AUDIO-VISUALS ON THE W3R®-NHT
Audio Tour of the W3R® through Baltimore         Trail Development
March to Yorktown 2006         The First Rhode Island Regiment
Streaming video of Washington, Rochambeau, and the March to Yorktown
-- a discussion with Dr. Robert A. Selig on July 16, 2015 [CSPAN video, 1 hr 16 min]
Streaming video of The Revolutionary War (with animated maps)
[The American Battlefield Trust, 18 min]

This is the Archive Website for the W3R®-US

This archival URL (w3r-archive.org) consists of
  • descriptions of French contributions to the U.S. struggle for independence
  • research reports to identify and interpret historical documents describing these French contributions. These studies were generally initiated and/or supported by the W3R®-US and its affiliates.
  • chronological reports on commemorations presentations, and re-enactment events related to these French contributions. These studies were generally initiated and/or supported by the W3R®-US and its affiliates.
  • a history of the legislative efforts to name the trail as a National Historic Trail.
  • lists of the achievements and activities of the W3R®-US
  • suggestions for touring areas along the trail by car, on bicycle, or on foot.
  • information about the W3R®-US organization: vision, mission, goals, charter, bylaws, officers, national affiliates, state organizations
Before January of 2018 this material was posted on a similarly-structured website at our original URL (w3r-us.org).

In January of 2018 the URL w3r-us.org was transferred to a completely re-designed website. A grant from the National Park Service (NPS) paid for the design of the new website. A grant from the Florence Gould Foundation is providing for increasing the amount of material on that URL. The new site has extensive interactive maps, well-documented historical narratives written by NPS-designated trail historian, Dr. Robert A. Selig, and links to many informative historic sites to visit along the trail.

Our plan is to gradually update and revise the files on the w3r-archive.org URL, and then to transfer them to the w3r-us.org URL.

We thank the Delaware Department of Transportation for developing a website with an interactive map covering
W3R®-NHT through Delaware. The format is a bit different than that used for the new main W3R®-US website.