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Major Battles of the Revolutionary War
Updated: 10/27/2018
Major Battles of the Revolutionary War
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  • Lexington and Concord
  • "Stand your ground; don't fire unless fired upon, but if they mean to have war, let it begin here."
  • Bunker Hill
  • "Don't fire until you see the whites of their eyes!"
  • Trenton
  • "These are the times that try men's souls."
  • John Parker and General George leaders of the American and British colonies began the first battle of America Revolution. The war took place in Massachusetts on April, 1775.
  • Saratoga
  • William Prescott, an American leader and General William Howe a British leader created the Bunker Hill war that took place in Massachusetts during the year 1775 in June. The British had won but Militia was held and was experienced. 
  • Valley Forge
  • "It is better to offer no excuse that an bad one". 
  • George Washington the American leader and no British leader was part of the war in New Jersey on December, 1776. The Americans captured or had killed more that 900 Hessians. This event had given the Americans more supplies.
  • Guerrilla Fighting
  • "I have done all that could be done, as far as the means were in my power, to injure the enemy and to inspire confidence in the soldiers of our army."
  • American Leader, General Horatio Gates and British Leader General Burgoyne's stated the war in New York. British's Army began to run out of supplies.
  • "Like a madman"
  • George Washington the American Leader and the American Colonies were quickly running out of supplies.
  • During the Guerrilla Fighting between the British leader, General Horatio Gates and Francis Marion the American Leader had both North side and south side of Carolina in the empire war. Marion's men cut the British Supply.
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