Battles of the American Revolution

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  • Battles of Concord & Lexington

    Battles of Concord & Lexington
    (MA)
    This is the battle that led to beginning of the American War of Independence. Confidence of the colonists grew thanks to the battle. The British were the winners.
  • Battle of Bunker Hill

    Battle of Bunker Hill
    (MA)
    The battle of Bunker Hill was the bloodiest of the battles fought. The British took the victory but not a complete win as many lives were lost. This battle brought to light it could be taken to stand up to British
  • Battle of Long Island

    Battle of Long Island
    (NY)
    Battle directed by George Washington to go against the army. This battle began the British campaign of 1776. There happened to be another British victory.
  • Battles of Trenton & Princeton

    Battles of Trenton & Princeton
    (NJ)
    In this battle there was a technique of sneak attack. This attack was able to catch British by surprise. The only victory which George Washington led.
  • Battle of Ft. Ticonderoga

    Battle of Ft. Ticonderoga
    (NY)
    The Green Mountain boys militia surprised sleeping British to take over the fort. This was considered the most important victory for the Americans as it was the first of their victories.
  • Battle of Brandywine Creek

    Battle of Brandywine Creek
    (PA)
    The British had planned to attack Philadelphia as they made their way towards Philidelphia. This battle blew off and cost Americans 1,100 men as they had their people Chads fort. British took the win.
  • Battle of Saratoga

    Battle of Saratoga
    (NY)
    This battle was a very significant battle. There were two parts to this battle. This battle let to the alliance between America and France. An American victory.
  • Battle of Charlestown

    Battle of Charlestown
    (SC)
    Leader wanted more power. This battle led to gaining the control of the South causing more loss to the Americans. Win to General Sir Henry Clinton.
  • Battle of Cowpens

    Battle of Cowpens
    (SC)
    In this battle Americans were able to get a good hit on British. The battle had few casualties but was yet very important to Americans. Daniel Morgan led to this victory,
  • Yorktown / Surrender

    Yorktown / Surrender
    (VA)
    Cornwallis decided to surrender Yorktown. This battle was the last of the Revolutionary war. The British were trapped.