Revolution War

Revolution War
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  • Boston Tea Party
  • Lexington and Concord
  • Surrender!
  • We surrender!
  • Bunker Hill
  • Victory!!
  • In December of 1773, colonists dressed up as Native Americans and dumped tea into the Boston Harbor. They did this to protest the tea act with violated "no taxation without representation!" The colonists lost this battle because the parliment gave the intolerable acts came because of this.
  • Saratoga
  • We Surrender! We have no way out!
  • In April of 1775, Captain John Parker and his 40,000 minutemen won the Lexington and Concord battle against General Gage and his British Army. This battle was so big that it is known as "shot heard 'round the world."
  • Valley Forge
  • "You must not look for mee till you see mee but if you coul send me a letter to let me know how all you are it would give grate satisfaction to see the same."
  • In June of 1775, General Howe marched up Breed's hill in ranks, ready to fight. Colonel William Prescott and his militia were waiting on the hill top, and obeyed the order from their leader stating "Don't fire until you see the white of their eyes!"  The British let out fire first and they ended up taking the win of the Battle of Bunker Hill.
  • Battle of Yorktown
  • "If we do not deceive our own men, we will never deceive the enemy."
  • NOPE!
  • Supplies!
  • In October of 1777, General Burgoyne and his army came to an army camp in Saratoga. The continental army led by General Horatio Gates surrounded Burgoyne's army and and fired on it 24/7. Burgoyne eventually surrendered. General Burgoyne once said "And we now ensued one of the greatest scenes of war that can be conceived." 
  • In Winter of 177-78, George Washington and his army camped at Valley Forge in Southeast Pennsylvania. They faced many hardships as they marched through the snow such as having no shoes, supplies, and only blankets to keep warm. So I guess we can say that the Americans lost due to these harsh conditions. 
  • In Virginia at the time of 1781, Lord Cornwallis set up his base in Yorktown so that his army could get supplies from New York by ship. General Rochambeau was leading the French force and drove British ships away from Cornwallis. American and French troops invaded Yorktown, destroying everything. In October of the same year, Cornwallis surrendered with no way out. 
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