The Battle Of Brooklyn, White Plains, Washington Heights

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  • Battle of Brooklyn
  • Battle of Brooklyn
  • White Plains
  • August 27th, 1776. Brooklyn, New York. The colonists were living a normal day. Everyone was doing what they had to do, and everything was calm and peaceful. Little did they know, the British would be attacking any minute to split up the colonists.
  • White Plains
  • The British attack! They sprint to try and take over the Hudson River, the first part of their plan to split the colonists. The colonies, along with Geroge Washington, confront William Howe, a British general, and his army. The British were able to come through, and they captured the Hudson River, and other parts of New York.
  • Washington Heights
  • October 28th, 1776. The colonists have failed. The Hudson River and Brooklyn were captured by the British. The Patriots had to make a daring escape, so they booked it north. They had to go through multiple battles, such as a battle near Chatterton Hill. They went to find a way to get most of New York back.
  • Washington Heights
  • The Patriots made it to the village White Castle. They decided they needed to make a plan to get New York back, and shoo away the British from any of their territory.
  • The British decides that they need to invade Manhattan. They learned that the Patriots kept some of their valuable weapons and supplies there, so they sprinted as fact as they could.
  • The British succeeded. It was devastating for the Patriots. All they had to do is try and recover from the wreck that Britain caused.
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