Northern Battles of Independence

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    War for Independance

    the war for independence was in a timespan of 1775-1778
  • Battle of Concord

    Several hundred american men gathered early in the morning on April 19th and they slowly marched toward the oncoming british army. Once the americans first saw the advanced British army they retreated back to the hilltop right outside of town to begin the seige. Americans ended up winning.
  • Ft. Ticonderoga

    Ft. Ticonderoga
    Ft. Ticonderoga was a British victory. Captain William DeLaPlace was the commander of Great Britian, while Benedict Arnold, Ethan Allen were the american colonists commander. Britains casualties were 78 people killed, american colonists casualties were 168.
  • Battle of Bunker Hill

    Battle of Bunker Hill
    On the Charlestown Peninsula on the North side of Boston Harbour, 2,400 British troops against 1,500 Americans. While the British drove the Americans from the Charlestown peninsula there was a high loss of there troops gone.
  • Quebec

    American troops attacked a force of British recruits and Canadian volunteers. There was about 1,200 people on each army. British and Canadian losses were 20 people and the American losses were around 500.
  • Battle of Long Island

    A MAJOR battle of the Revolutionary war. followed by the Declaration of Independence. British won with double the troops as the Americans.
  • Battle of White Plains

    Battle of White Plains
    Took place at New York State, British , with 13,00 troops and
    Americans with 14,500 troops
  • Battle of Trenton

    At Trenton, Washington lead most of the Continental army against the Hessian soldiers. The battle boosted the Americans confidence, The Americans had 2,400 troops and 2 were killed, 5 wounded. the British had 1,500 troops and 22 were killed, 83 wounded.
  • The Battle of Brandywine Creek

    The Battle of Brandywine Creek
    The battle of Brandywne Creek was Near Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania.The commander of Great
    Britain was Sir William Howe and the american colonists commander was George Washington. This Batte was a british victory.
  • Battle of Saratoga

    there was to different dates for this battle September 19th and October 7. The battle was fought once and then again 18 days later on the same ground. This battle was the turning point of the American Revolution. the British generals goal was to divide new england from the southern colonies. British won the first battle and the Americans won the second making the british surreneder.
  • Battle of Germantown

    a battle in the Philadelphia campaign of the American Revolutionary War. Was fought in germantown, pennsylvania. British won the battle and German town Pennsylvannia, the capital of the Self-proclaimed USA was left in British hands from the winter of 1777-1778