Fearing an imminent British invasion of Philadelphia, the Continental Congress adjourns in December 1776 with a resolution to meet a week later in Baltimore, Maryland. Congress holds session in Baltimore for three months. The delegates vote to print more money, promote more generals and generally continue the work of government. At the end of February 1777, with the danger passed, they return to Philadelphia.
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Book Recommendation of the Week: Moses Robinson and the Founding of Vermont, by Robert A. Mello.
Online Recommendation of the Week: A vindication of his public character in the station of director-general of the military hospitals and physician in chief to the American army, anno 1776, by John Morgan: https://archive.org/details/vindicationofhis00morg