Battles in the North

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  • concord

    The battle of Concord was during the American Revolution in Boston. The British lost badly to the colonies. The colonies were encouraged to start the war.
  • Bunker Hill

    Bunker Hill
    The battle of Bunker hill was fought on the Charlestown peninsula on the north side of the boston harbor. The colonists had very little weapons and were very carful when the shot at the British. The British were very surprised when the colonists won this battle.
  • White plains

    White plains
    The battle of the White Plains was in New York. There were about 13,000-14,000 people on each side, but only about 4,000 were engaged. It was a drawn battle, so neither the british or the colonists won.
  • Quebec

    The battle of Quebec was during the American Revolution. the American troops attacked a force comprised of British recuits and Canadian volunteers. There were about 1200 people on each side. The British and Canadian drove off the American attack and stopped any threats to the British control of Canada.
  • Long Island

    Long Island
    The battle of long island was fought in New York. This battle was between Britain and the colonists. The British drove the Americans from Brooklyn and forced them to leave New York.
  • Trenton

    The Battle of Trenton was fought in Trenton, New Jersey. The battle was a physical and moral victory for Washington and his colonist troops.
  • Ft. Ticonderoga

    Ft. Ticonderoga
    Fort Ticonderoga was fought in 1777 and took place at Lake Champlain in New York. the british, and the colonists fought in this battle.The colonists withdrew, leaving the british to win.
  • Brandywine Creeek

    Brandywine Creeek
    The battle of Brandywine Creek was fought in Philyadelphia. this battle was fought between British and Hessian troops against the colonies. The British and Hessians were left occupying the field having driven the colonies from their position on Brandywine Creek.
  • Germantown

    The battle of Germantown was fought in Philadelphia, Pennslyvanis. The British won the battle but didn't follow up the success, permitting Washington to withdraw and reform his army behind fortified positions.
  • Saratoga

    The batte of Saratoga was fought on the Hudson River. The battles was between the British and German against the colonies. The colonies forced the surrender of Burgoyne’s force.