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Background. The battle of Yorktown was the final major battle of the American Revolutionary War. It took place in Yorktown, Virginia, from September 28th, 1781 to October 19th, 1781. In late August, 1781, George Washington realized that the army of General Charles Cornwallis was located near Yorktown.Where is the Yorktown Museum?
Museums American Revolution Museum at Yorktown. The American Revolution Museum at Yorktown, formerly the Yorktown Victory Center, tells anew the story of the nation’s founding, from the twilight of the colonial period to the dawn of the Constitution and beyond.Is Yorktown in Virginia?
Yorktown is a town in Virginia. It is the county seat of York County, though it only has 220 people living there. It is most known for the Battle of Yorktown, between American/French troops under George Washington and Jean Rochambeau, and British troops under Charles Cornwallis.