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  • Boston Massacre
  • Lobsters for sale!
  • Yankees!
  • Lexington and Concord
  • Bunker Hill
  • On March 5, 1770 there was civilians taunting red coats daring them to fire at them. The taunting caused them to confuse voices with their general so they fired at them, which took them to court where the red coats won the case,
  • Valley Forge
  • On April 19, 1775 Lexington and Concord was the first battle of the Revolutionary War in which the colonists and patriots proved themselves by winning the battle.
  • Vincennes (Fort Sackville)
  • On June, 1775 there was a battle on bunker hill in which the Red Coats won but they took a huge loss of soldiers from it. 400 Militiamen were either injured or killed but the British had 1,000 soldiers injured or killed.
  • Battle of Yorktown
  • Valley Forge was a time in winter in which the American Soldiers were running low in supplies. The men were in harsh conditions from the cold and snow. They were also low on food. They would have to amputate peoples' legs if it got too bad. This lasted until women brought supplies and then killed the oxen the supplies were brought in for food
  • Vincennes or also known as Fort Sackville is when the Frontiersmen and George Rogers Clark approached the fort held by British control and had Native Hostages. They executed them brutally while the British were watching and made them seem more intimidating and powerful. The British were intimidated so they surrendered and the Frontiersmen took control.
  • If a country is not worth protecting it is not worth claiming.
  • The Battle of Yorktown was the last battle of the American Revolutionary War. The British were firing their cannons from their boats which caused destruction on buildings leaving some to rubble. The French helped the Americans leading to the win of the battle which caused the Americans to win the war and break from Britain.
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