The founding fathers who wrote the articles of the confederation (1777)
The battle of saratoga (1777)
June 17, 1775. On June 17, some 2,200 British forces under the command of Major General William Howe and Brigadier General Robert Pigot landed on the Charlestown Peninsula then marched to Breed' Hill
The battle of York town (1781)
The need for a stronger Federal government soon became apparent and eventually led to the Constitutional Convention in 1787. The present United States Constitution replaced the Articles of Confederation on March 4, 178
Washington's farewell (1796)
The Battle of Saratoga, comprising two significant battles during September and October of 1777, was a crucial victory for the Patriots during the American Revolution and is considered the turning point of the Revolutionary War.
john adams elected president (1796)
Significance of the Battle of Yorktown: The significance of the conflict was that Cornwallis surrendered to George Washington as French and American forces trapped the British at Yorktown.
The final address by George Washington to his fellow citizens as he was leaving the presidency. ... Washington discussed the dangers of divisive party politics and warned strongly against permanent alliances between the United States and other countries.
The election of 1796 was the first major political contest between Republicans and Federalists. John Adams ran as a Federalist, and Thomas Jefferson as a Republican. Republicans controlled the South, while Federalists dominated New England, New Jersey, and South Carolina.