unit 2 timeline.

  • Boston Massacre

    Boston Massacre
    Another name for the Boston Massacre is the boston riot. IThe war was mostely the British redcaots fault. most were killed during the war only 11 were injured and two died after the war. They used one one of the most powerful British armies that later caused the enemy to run from the scene.
  • Boston Tea Party.

    Boston Tea Party.
    The boston Massacre was when the people of Massachusetts got angry because the british were charging them to much tax so they got back at the british by dumping all their tea into the pearl harbor, which caused the british to put a resistance to them.
  • Battle of Lexington & Concord

    They fought in the Massuchusetts bay. which was inbetween Lexington and Concord. 700 mambers of the british army were givin a secert mission to destory millitary supplies stored by Massuchusetts. When the batlle started the first five shots were blown just as the sun was rising in Lexington. The coloniest realized they were outnumbered and went to get thier supplies they had in Massuchusetts. they little that they had left and killed 500 of the kings men.
  • Battle of Bunker Hill

    the battles name was originally 'the battle of breed hill.' The British put thier troops in a unoccupied city surrounded by trees. While that was going on William Prescott secertly occupied breed hill. ( bunker hill). the British found soon after and started attacking them. 1200 coloniest showed up to fight back but 800 were wounded and 226 were killed. They lost nearly a third of thier forces but were still able to fight in regular armies in a pitched army.
  • Battle of New York

    the batlle was fought by New York and New jersey to see who got control over New York. The british held New York During the war and used it againest thier targets. Washington lead most of his men accross the along the Delaware River into Pennslvainia where he then enalbled a chain of outposts from New york to New Jersey. but soon after he led them back to new york where the britsh still had New York.
  • Declaration of Independence Signing

    Declaration of Independence Signing
    The thought of the decluation was thought of by tomas jefferson in 1776. the decluration had things in it like colonial reasons againest king Goerge the third and announcing that they need thier own freedom. The meeting took charge in washington D.C. On that day 56 different congress men signed the doc to make this nation free.
  • Battle of Trenton

    Battle of Trenton
    The battlle of Trenton started during the time that the revolutionary war was going on. The battle went on in Trenton New Jersey. Gorge Washingtoon led 2400 men to the battle trew the cold. the army only traveled 9 miles. After the war was over coloniests got inspired by the battle. It was only a week after the war and the army seemed to collapse, causing them to serve longer.
  • Battle of Prinston.

    Battle of Prinston.
    The Battle was fought by Gorge Washington and The British.
  • Battle of Saratoga

    The battle of saratoga and the Revolutionary war were fought only 18 days apart. Americans started the war by attacking the british. Then lefted a few days later. Bemis attacked the americans on october 7 but realized he didnt have enough medical equipmant to save people who got injured. Later Burgoynes people were forced to go back to ther postitions. soon after the americans capured a postion in the british defenses.
  • Battle of Yorktown

    Battle of Yorktown
    The Americans won the war. The french fought with 5500 french soliders. They fought in New york city in the middle of the summer. After the war the french and the americans joined together. this weakened the british army. That caused the britsih to find more soldiers and start tring to to fighting againest the americans and the french.
  • Treaty of Paris

    Treaty of Paris
    The treaty refured to the Congress of Confederation. The treaty some what ended the Revolutionary war. The treaty was signed at The hotel'd york in new york. people like john adams, Benjermin Franklin, and John jay signed it. Britiain signed different agreements that refured to the document.