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The Headquaters house, overlooking the confluence of Valley Creek and the Schuylkill river, was the hum of military activity. It was from here that General Washington with the assistance of his staff conducted the daily routine of the army. Often there were more than twinty officers and aides present to assist the commander-in-chief in his duties.