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The battle of Lexington & Concord 1775 In Lexington the British killed 8 minute men then British went to Concord, as they were in the woods they got a surprise attacked from the colonists that were hiding behind the trees 174 got hurt in the process the British won the battle .
The battle of Bunker Hill In 1775,The British attacked the colonist soon the colonist ran out of gun powder, the British took lead in the fight This lead to the British winning but a lot of soldiers were Injury or died
I Surrender just don't hurt me
The battle of Long Island 1776 George Washington led the colonists The Colonists spread out to protect but miss an area so the British have away to get in they fought for hours then later that night the colonists plan a secret escape and leave the British to suspect a thing.
The Battle of Trenton and Princeton 1776 On December 25th 1776 George Washington lead his army across the Delaware river, as they go through Trenton Washington's army splits up the British scatters away.In Princeton the 12-mile march there the British outnumbered the colonist but the colonist ended up winning .
The Battle of Saratoga 1777, The battle of Saratoga was the turning part in the Revolutionary war British General Burgoyne was in Saratoga waiting to attack Albany. the Continental army attacked Burgoyne surrender. Benjamin Franklin convinced France to help them After this win France came to help the Americans .
Valley forge 1777-1778 George Washington army was camping out in Valley Forge they were about 20 miles away from Philadelphia In Philadelphia British General Howe's troops were warm and cozy while Washington were miserable and cold. all though they didn't have enough supplies George Washington try his best to keep his army together some soldiers got sick or deserted , or left without permission. But they survive the winter
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