Chapter 6 History

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  • Lexington & Concord
  • "Colonial troops had fired the 'shot heard round the world'" (Ralph Waldo Emerson).
  • "Don't fire until you see the whites of their eyes" (William Prescott).
  • Bunker Hill
  • "... they had neither coats, nor hats, nor shirts, nor shoes ... The army frequently passed whole days without food" (Lafayette).
  • Valley Forge
  • Amputated legs
  • Trying to run away
  • •Lexington & Concord was on an early spring morning in April of 1775. Captain John Parker led the 4,000 militiamen from America against the 700 British troops. The British ended up retreating to Boston.
  • Fort Sackville
  • •During June of 1775, William Prescott was the American leader during Bunker Hill. There were 2200 British solders against the U.S. and the Redcoats ended up winning.
  • Charles Town
  • Valley Forge was a hard winter in 1777-78. Most soilders were sick and dying, some had to have limbs amputated because of frostbite. General Howe, Marquis de Lafayette and George Washington are some of the very important people that were there. The soilders got so hungry that once someones boots wore out they would eat them.
  • Battle of Yorktown
  • France
  • France
  • From May of 1778 until February of 1779 the British and The Americans had a battle at Fort Sackville. Alexander Hamilton (one of the founding fathers) was a leader at this battle. In the end, the British gave up.
  • "Clark's victory gave the Americans a hold on the vast region between the Great Lakes and The Ohio River," (p.204).
  • We Surrender
  • In 1780 in South Carolina the battle of Charles Town happened. The Americans lost but they freed prisioners and the patriots and loyalists came together
  • "Marion's Band Overwhelmed the British and freed the prisioners" p.207
  • In Virginia 1781, the final big battle between the Americans and British happened. The French allies helped the Americans. They played a game called Rochambeau when they were surrounding the British in their fort. The Americans won.
  • "'It is all over,"' - Lord North.
  • British Fort
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