The American Revolution

The American Revolution
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  • Running Away
  • Taking the Boats
  • Planning for Attack
  • The Americans needed to cross the river, otherwise the British forces would destroy them. The Americans were very desperate to get across.
  • The Brilliant Idea
  • The Americans were so desperate to get across that they took boats from a man owning a boating business.  The man they took the boats from, was not very happy about this.
  • Boating Back Across
  • After the Americans boated across the river, George Washington asked a man if he could borrow his house to use for headquarters. 
  • Winning the Battle
  • Washington decided that it would be a brilliant idea to boat back across the river and attack on the evening of Christmas. That way, the British will be exhausted from parties and drinking from the night before.
  • The Americans boated back across the river to attack the British. The Americans were very tired of marching, so several of them fell asleep in the boats.
  • The Americans attacked the British early in the morning, the day after Christmas. The Americans had a huge advantage and won that battle.
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