Only 10,000 sir! 10,000 men to win New York and The Hudson River! Quite absurd isn't it?!
The Howe Family
Well soldiers we have made New Jersey patriot! I can smell independence! Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
The Battles Of Trenton And Princeton
The Battle Of Saratoga
The scene above illustrates one of the intangibles of the British at The Battle of Brooklyn. To conquer New York and seize the New England colonies, British general Howe fought in the heights of Brooklyn with 20,000 men while the Americans only had 10,000 men. Above, General Howe mocks the Americans while a solider delivers the news to his house.
I have brought food and water! George come help!
The American general, George Washington commanded the continental army and led them to a victory in both Trenton and Princeton. The image above displays Washington consulting his troops and declaring victory at Princeton where New Jersey became a patriot colony right after Christmas and New Years!
The Southern Campaign: Cowpens And Guilford Courthouse
Have you heard? The colonial victory at Cowpens proved useless! The British now have control of the south with the victory at Courthouse!
Oh god! I can feel the British control already!
Without any supplies or help General Burgoyne of the British was forced to retereat at Saratoga leaving the Americans with a victory!
The Battle Of Yorktown
Yes, yes this is indeed genial!
What great weather were having Lafayette!
Life at Valley Forge proved deadly and hazardous with smallpox roaming everywhere. Martha Washington, the wife of General George Washington supplied the sick soliders with water,food and other necessities.
The picture above portrays the outcomes of the Southern Campaign. With the first victory of the colonists at Cowpens,the British attacked again and won at Courthouse. Above, two people in support of the Patriots are surprised with the news that the British are in control of the south with the victory at Guilford Courthouse.
Above the image shows General George Washington consulting with Marquis de Lafayette who supplied french assistance in the battle of Yorktown. The image also conveys the great weather that proved helpful to both sides.