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A creek of southeast Pennsylvania and northern Delaware. It was the site of a major defeat of the Continental Army on September 11, 1777, thus allowing British troops to enter Philadelphia on September 26.


(ˈbræn diˌwaɪn)

a creek in SE Pennsylvania and N Delaware: British defeat of Americans 1777.
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