In December 2013 the American Battlefield Protection Program (ABPP) and Chester County released the Brandywine Battlefield Protection Plan (BBPP) called "Revolution in the Peaceful Valley." This new study was created after a map was found in the Windsor Castle Archives in 2006, the "Windsor map." This previously unknown document was created by a British Sergeant in the days after the battle. Using this map along with the military battlefield mapping process known as KOCOA (Key terrain; Observation and Fields of fire; Cover and concealment; Avenues of approach and retreat), the first accurate representation of the battlefield ever was created. the signs that currently mark the battlefield landmark are from 1992 and are now obsolete. Please click on the Brandywine Battlefield Preservation Plan to learn more.
Battlefield Preservation Efforts
Please click on the following link to learn more about the Brandywine Battlefield Preservation Plan and the ongoing efforts to save this National Historic Treasure.
This project was funded through a National Park Service American Battlefield Protection Program grant.
The municipalities within the Landmark, Delaware and Chester Counties, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Chadds Ford Historical Society,Friends of Brandywine Battlefield Historic Site, the Brandywine Conservancy, the Natural Lands Trust, the National Park Service, and Valley Forge National Historic Site
2017 Reenactment of the Battle of Brandywine
Commemorate the 240th anniversary of the Battle of Brandywine by attending a reenactment on September 16 & 17, 2017. For complete details about the reenactment visit www.brandywine2017.org.