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revolutionary war

  • Revolutionary war

    Revolutionary war
    life during the revolutionary war for the colonists was:
    most writers were patriots. For example, Thomas Paine wrote "Common Sense" in the news column. For the Loyalists they remained loyal to the British Government. they took no part in the war and supporting politics of the continental congresses. Colonists either were patriots or loyalists, none really remained neutral.
  • first battle

    first battle
    Lexington and Concord
    first shot heard around the world and first shot that started the Revolutionary War.
  • second battle

    second battle
    Fort Ticonderoga
    located along Lake Champlain, New York. It was a strategic point between the Hudson river and Canada
  • third battle

    third battle
    the Battle of Bunker Hill
    the battle won by the British because the patriots were low on ammunition but pushed the British back twice. 500 patriots dead and wounded. 1,000 British soldiers dead and wounded.
  • last battle

    last battle
    battle of Yorktown.
    battle won by the patriots, but the treaty of Paris was signed on September 3, 1783. it was a treaty between Great Britain and the United States and was a peace treaty for France that Great Britain signed.