Lexington & Concord American Leader: none stated British Leader:John Pitcairn
Bunker Hill American Leader: George Washington Bristish Leader: none stated
Trenton American Leader: George Washington British Leader: William Howe
Outcome:The fighting at Lexington and Concord is considered the first battle of the american Revolution. By the end of the day, British losses totaled 73 dead and 200 wounded or missing. The Americans counted 49 killed and at least 39 wounded or missing. Why Is This Important:This is important because as soon as one shot was fired there were me which lasted about 20 minutes. Also The british lost way more troops then the Americans. The british lost 73 and the Americans lost 49.
Battle of Yorktown American Leader: George Washington British Leader: CornWallis
Outcome:The militia around Boston learned that the British were planning to seize the hills overlooking the city. On June 16, a troop of militiamen occupied Bunker Hill and Breed's Hill to prevent the British from taking the high ground. Why Is This Important:This is important because The british troops try to take the Americans advantage but they couldn't get up the hill before someone shot them.
Women’s Roles in the Revolution Key people:Mercy Otis Warren, Abigail Adams Sybil Ludington
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Outcome:British troops landed on New York's staten island and pushed American troops back to Manhattan island and then New Jersey. The continental Army soon had to escape across the Delaware River into Pennsylvania. Why Is This Important:This is important because British troops have been kicking people out of their staten.
War at Sea key people:John Adams, Benjamin Franklin John Paul Jones, James Forten
Outcome:The impact of this victory was staggering. Once only the dream of a groups of visionaries seeking freedom from unreasonable laws and taxes Why Is This Important:This is important because we gained our freedom and after 6 years of the first shot was fired, the British Parliament officially voted to end war
Contributions:As often happens in wartime, women took over many duties at home traditionally performed by men. Results:Some of the women also helped in the war to feed, and heal the soldiers so they kept them alive to fight and win the war. Why Is This Important:This is important because these women are helping out with the war and also doing house wives work.
Contributions:The war at sea was a different story. Through the efforts of John adams, the Continental Congress had established the Continental Navy. Results:The battle raged on, and soon it fell to the British to surrender. Jones boarded and took control of the Serapis. In a war with few victories for the Continental Navy, Jones´s successes boosted American morale as the conflict moved into its final stage. Why Is This Important:This was important because In a war with few victories for the Continental Navy, Jones´s successes brought and Boosted American morale as the conflict moved to its final stage .