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A residential section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Settled in 1683, it was the site of a Revolutionary War battle (October 4, 1777) in which George Washington's troops unsuccessfully attacked the British encampment.


(ˈdʒɜr mənˌtaʊn)

a NW section of Philadelphia, Pa.: American defeat by British 1777.
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