Revolutionary War

Revolutionary War
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  • Battle of Saratoga  (1777)
  • You Desired Me to Send Morgan and the Light Infantry, and Support Them With My Division!
  • Bunker Hill (1775)
  • Don't fire until you see the whites of their eyes!
  • Trenton (1776)
  • The noise of the soldiers coming over and clearing away the ice, the rattling of the cannon wheels on the frozen ground, and the cheerfulness of my fellow-comrades encouraged me beyond expression
  • without any provocation, massacred many of the Inhabitants upon the Frontiers of this Commonwealth, in the most cruel and barbarous Manner
  • The battle of Saratoga was fought in New York October 1777 fought by General Benedict Arnold. The British retreated by the Americans and General Horatio Gates that was the leader of the British got shot in the leg while retreating.
  • Fort Sackville (1778-1779)
  • The battle of Bunker Hill was fought in Massachusetts in April 1775 fought by General John Parker for the Americans, and General Gage by the British. The Americans lost less men and the British lost more then 1,000 men but still got the Americans to retreat.
  • Charles Town (1780)
  • The battle of Trenton was fought in New Jersey in December 1776 fought by Gorge Washinton for America. The Amicans captured 1,000 people with made the British less stronger.
  • Battle of Yorktown
  • The battle of Fort Sackville was fought in Northwest Territory area in May 1778- Feb. 1779 fought by Goarge Rogers Clark. Clark captured Native Americans and executed them because they were working for the British.
  • The battle of Charles town was fought in South Carolina 1780. America got pushed from all over and lost almost all their southern army. 
  • In modern wars, the longest purse must chiefly determine the event
  • The Battle of Yorktown was fought in Virginia 1781 fought by General Cornwallis for America. The Fench blocked the British with a wall and the French watching over them to shoot runners. Once the Americans got close the British gave up and surrendered.
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