American Revolution-L.Matosper4

  • Colonies Experiences

    Colonies Experiences
    The colonies were experiencing a lot of unfair texation, lack of representation in the British Parliament, and the restriction of colonial freedoms. Less than one-third of the colonies wanted independence from Britain.
  • The Battle of Bunker Hill

    The Battle of Bunker Hill
    The Battle of Bunker Hill was the second and the bloodiest battle of the revolution war. The war started after America militiamen constructed a cride dirt fort at night atop a hill in Charles Town overlooking Boston's harbor. Redcoats attacked the poorly equipped Americans who didn't start fighting untill they could see "the whites of the enemy's eyes." The battle continued untill the militiamen out gunpowder. The British suffered more than the Americans, but they still won the bloody battle.
  • Over powerring the British

    Over powerring the British
    The connoons were in boston and there were 12 pionted direcly at the British. The British realized their position washopeless. They dumped their own cannons into the harbor and saild off to the safty of Canada. After this event, American forces took control of the city.
  • Decleration of Independence

    Decleration of Independence
    The United States of America was born in the State House of the Colony of Pennsylvania, when the Decleration of Independence was presented to Congress. The men who where signing their names to the document. With them all realized the great importanc, and danger, of what they were doing.
  • Cristmass Night

    Cristmass Night
    Washington and his men crossed the ice Delaware River and slipped back into New Jersey with the element of surprise on their side. American forces went to win important battle of Tranton and Princeton.
  • Winter at Encampment

    Winter at Encampment
    Washington began to set up his winter ecampment at Valley Forge, Pennsylvania. Soldeires built the rows of log cabins, and in a short time, the Valley Forge encampment the second largest city in United States. The cabins were very crowded inside but they provided shelter from the snow and wind. Soldiers suffered severe hardships because of lack of food, shoes, and clothing.
  • Campaign durring the Summer

    Campaign durring the Summer
    The British under took a maijor military campaign in the southern state. There, a lot of people where against independence. Warfare ended in the North after the British abandoned Philadelphia.
  • Year of 1779

    Year of 1779
    It was a very bad year for United States of America like most of 1780. America suffered a string of battle defeats in the south. Eventually, America began to win again, but they could´t stop the British fror invading Virginia.
  • Battle of Yorktown

    Battle of Yorktown
    The Battle of Yorktown, also the last battle in the revolutionary war, ended. The Americans had won the battle in Verginia. The British had surrended because they were trapped and outnumbered.
  • The Battle of Yorktown Officially Ended

    The Battle of Yorktown Officially Ended
    The last battle of the revolutionary war didn´t officially end untill 1783. This was when a peace trety was approved. Great Britain formally recognized the independence of the United States of America.