MAJOR BATTLES, PEOPLE, AND CAUSES DURING THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR

MAJOR BATTLES, PEOPLE, AND CAUSES DURING THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR
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  • Lexington & Concord
  • Bunker Hill
  • Battle of Kings Mountain
  • On April 19, 1775 the Lexington & Concord has stared. The American Leaders were Samuel Adams and John Hancock and the British Leaders were Colonel Smith, Major Pitcairn and Lord Percy. The outcome of the Battles of Lexington and Concord took a toll on both sides. For the colonists, 49 were killed, 39 were wounded, and five were missing. For the British, 73 were killed, 174 were wounded, and 26 were missing. This is important because this war was the first war of the Revolution. 
  • Battle of Yorktown
  • On   June 17, 1775    Bunker Hill has started.   The American Leaders were     Colonel William Prescott   and   the   British Leader   was    William Howe.   The   outcome   of Bunker  Hill   is   that the British took possession of both Breed's Hill and Bunker Hill. They had won the battle, but at a terrible cost: out of 2,200 troops, 268 British soldiers and officers had been killed; another 828 were wounded. The Americans also suffered heavy casualties with 115 killed and 305 wounded.   The inexperienced colonial forces inflicted significant casualties against the enemy, and the battle provided them with an important confidence boost.
  • Seeking Help from Europe
  •  On   October 7, 1780   Battle of Kings Mountain has started.  The  leaders during this war was  James Williams    was the      American Leader   and the   British Leader   was   Frederick Hambright .   The  outcome  of this  was   Casualties at the Battle of King's Mountain: The Tories suffered 300 dead and wounded and some 700 captured. The Revolutionaries suffered 90 casualties, killed and wounded.   was an important American victory during the Revolutionary War. The battle was the first major patriot victory to occur after the British invasion of Charleston, SC in May 1780.
  • War at Sea
  • On Sep 28, 1781 the Battle of Yorktown has started. The American Leader was George Washington and the British Leader was Charles Cornwallis, 1st Marquess Cornwallis. The outcome of this was significance of the conflict was that Cornwallis surrendered to George Washington as French and American forces trapped the British at Yorktown. The British surrender at the Battle of Yorktown ended the American Revolutionary War. This is important because The Battle of Yorktown ended the American Revolutionary War.
  • In 1778 America was seeking help Europe. The key People are Baron Friedrich von Steuben, Marquis de Lafayette, James Armistead. The Contributions are money and supplies for return for troops. The Results were of this is that  France and Spain were allies, and they both had lost significant lands in North America at the end of the French and Indian War. In addition to money and supplies, France provided the Americans with troops. Why this was important because Diplomacy and the American Revolution. In the 1770s, the increasingly defiant American colonies began to work toward political independence from the British Government.The French decision to sign this commercial treaty with the American colonists made France an implicit ally in the war against Great Britain and with the Declaration of Independence issued on July 4.
  • The key people  areJohn Adams,Benjamin Franklin’s, James Forten, JOHN PAUL JONES, Anton Otto Fischer.  The   Contributions     were   that the  British merchant ship that had military supplies and that Jones took control of the Serapis. In a war with few wins for the Continental Navy, Jones’s success was huge.   The    Results   were   that   The results of this is that James Forten Really wanted the natural rights of freedom for all. He also wanted to see how democracy worked and he did and John Paul Jones won the battle even though his ship was on fire and his best gun was destroyed.   This is important because  In a war with few wins for the Continental Navy, Jones’s success was huge.    
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