George Washington history
This storyboard does not have a description.
On Christmas night 1776, George Washington and his men crossed the Delaware River to get to Trenton.
The Hessians were caught off guard by Washington's forces and were in retreat.
The Hessians lost the battle and were forced to surrender to Washington
The British fleet landed in the shores of Gravesend Bay, which was a few miles away from Manhattan.
The British attacked the Americans on the Guan Heights, and William Howe brought his army around the rear and surrounded Washington's forces.
Washington's troops were driven completely out of New York and into New Jersey after the loss at Long Island.
Explore Our Articles and Examples