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Credits

The Friends of Valley Forge Park dedicate the Muster Roll to the memory of Frank Resavy
for his years of leadership, energy and commitment to this project.

The Valley Forge Muster Roll would not exist were it not for
the dedicated work of the park staff and volunteers listed below.

The staff of Valley Forge National Historical Park

The Friends of Valley Forge Park Volunteers
Jean Resavy
David Resavy
Christopher Pyne
Bill Freilich
Kay Freilich
Thomas McNichol
Kathy McNichol
Paulette Mark
Randy Rice
Brent Mann
Bruce Hustis
Christopher Pyne
Dorothy Misetic
Zenon “Nick” Trivelis
Bob Lineberger
Nancy Loane
Lockheed Martin Network of Volunteer Associates (NOVA)
Thomas P. Griffin
Graham Mehl
Anita Bixby
Robert Rickards
Dorothy Hastings
Michele Holloway
Joe Fanelli
Mark Andreyko
Dolores Cherasky
Joanne Santori
Lynne Stevens
Nicholas Truncellito
Gerald Liebling
Joan & Patrick Ackerman
Mark & Meg Messinger
Anne & John Poltorak
Cindy & Bill Dare
Peter & Tanya Kaeser
Muster Roll Technical Support
Mark Messenger
Randy Rice
Muster Roll Website Design
John Bradley – Barking Dog Design

Collection photographs courtesy of Michael Ticcino, www.mjticcinoimages.com
George C. Neumann Collection, Valley Forge National Historical Park

Canteen and Contents of a Soldiers Haversack: Personal gear such as a pewter plate, folding knife, horn spoon, wooden cup, flint and steel were carried in the soldier’s haversack.
Powder Horns: Despite the official use of military cartridge boxes, the familiar powder horn remained very popular among militia and riflemen.