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The Battles of the American Revolution
Updated: 2/24/2019
The Battles of the American Revolution
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  • Ohio River Valley
  • Boston Massacre
  • Boston Tea Party
  • Hurry up or we'll get caught
  • The French and Indian war takes place between the 1750's-1760's. The British fought the French for territory over the Ohio river valley, and each side had a Native American Tribe fighting on there side. The British ultimately won this war.
  • The Battle of Lexington & Concord
  • Attack
  • The Boston Massacre was on March 5th, 1770. That night there were some colonists protesting and the soldiers, fearing they might get hurt, shot and killed 5 people.
  • The Battle of Saratoga
  • .The Boston Tea Party was December 16th, 1773. Some brave coloists dressed up as Native Americans and threw all the tea overboard, as they were angered by the "Tea Act", a recent law the British had
  • The Battle of Yorktown
  • On April 19th, 1775, the first actual battle of the American Revolutionary War. Both battles were fought simultaneously, the story goes that a the colonists banned together as an army and fended off the Redcoats from invading Boston.
  • Fall 1777, the 2 battles of Saratoga occurred. On September 19th British General John Burgoyne achieved a small, but costly victory over American forces led by Horatio Gates and Benedict Arnold. This caused the Americans to win the other battle on October 7th, marking the turning point in the war.
  • The conclusion to the war, the siege of Yorktown marked the end of the American Revolutionary War. Ending on October 19 1781, the "Siege" or battle of Yorktown ended the war with an American victory, as they fought off the British and German forces at Yorktown.
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