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Early American History

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  • Pocahontas born

    Her exact birthdate is unknown. She saved the life of Captain John Smith twice. She travedl to Europe. Her name became Rebecca.
  • Benjamin Franklin born

    Benjamin Franklin was a printer who owned a print shop in Philladelphia, PA. He founded America's first library. He was the first to find electricity. He was the oldest signer of the Declaration of Independence.
  • George Washington born

  • The Bostan Tea Party

    It happened at the Bostan Harbor, on Griffin's Wharf. Over $18,000 dollars was was dumped in to Bostan Harbor.
  • Boston Tea Party

    Men dressed as mohawk Indians dumped $18,000 dollars worth of tea into Boston Harbor. They thought that the King's taxes were outrageous.
  • First meeting of the Continetnal Congress

  • Battles of Lexington and Concord

  • Battles of Lex ington and Concord

  • Ethan Allen and the Green Mountain Boys captured Fort Ticonderoga

  • George Washington elected Commander and Chief.

  • Battles of Bunkers Hill

  • Signing of the Declaration of Indepnedes at PH

  • Execution of spy Nathan Hale took place at NY

  • Battle of Trenton

  • Battle of Princeton

  • Battle of Hubbarton, VT

  • Battle of Brandywine

  • The Winter of Vally Forge

  • America Army broke camp at Vally Forge

  • Battle of Monnouth

  • Kaskaskia capure by George Rogers Clark

  • Vincennes catured by George Rogers Clark

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  • Battle of Briar Creek, GA

  • Battle of Stony Point

  • Army wintered at Morristown, NJ

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  • Battle of Monck's Creek

  • Battle of Yortown

  • Battle of Yorktown was ended

  • Cornwallis surrendered to Washington at Yorktown, PA

  • Savannah evacuated by British troops

  • Congress proclaimed an end to hostilities

  • Washington bid farewell to his troops from Pocy Hill, near Princeton, NJ

  • Washington bid farewell to his Officers - Fraunces Tavern, New York City

  • Benjamin Franklin dies

    He was 84 years old.
  • George Washington died