Revolutionary War (first half

Revolutionary War (first half

The Revolutionary War Part I 1775 1778 Cody Frampton (A2) Table of Contents The Year 1775 Battle of Lexington & Concord (April 1775) Battle of Bunker Hill (June 1775) The Year 1776) The Declaration of Independence (July 1776) Battle of Trenton (December 1776) The Year 1777

Battle of Princeton (January 1777) Battle of Brandywine (September 1777) Other miscellaneous battles The Year 1778 Winter at Valley Forge The Year 1775 Battle of Lexington & Concord Location & Dates Massachusetts

Lexington Concord Lincoln Arlington (Menotomy) Cambridge April 18 & 19, 1775 What Occurred British send troops to capture guns and ammo in Concord

British plan to arrest Samuel Adams and John Hancock in Lexington Midnight ride of Paul Revere, William Dawes & Dr. Samuel Prescott Battle of Lexington & Concord Notable Colonists Paul Revere William Dawes Dr. Samuel Prescott John Hancock Samuel Adams Joseph Warren

The Minutemen Notable British General Thomas Gage Lt Colonel Francis Smith Brigadier General Hugh Percy The Battle of Bunker Hill Location & Dates Massachusetts Charlestown Mostly on and around Breeds Hill. June 17, 1775

What Occurred Colonial leaders were informed that British troop were going to occupy the unoccupied hills surrounding Boston The British mounted an attack the next day, the first two assaults were fails, suffering significant losses, but on the third attack they succeeded with flanking them on the left and right. The Battle of Bunker (Breeds) Hill

Notable Colonists Israel Putnam William Prescott Joseph Warren John Stark Notable British William Howe Sir Robert Pigot James Abercrombie John Pitcairn Henry Clinton The Year of 1776

Declaration of Independence People who signed the Declaration of Independence Delaware : George Read, Thomas McKean, Caesar Rodney Pennsylvania: George Clymer, Robert Morris, Benjamin Rush, James Smith, George Taylor, Benjamin Franklin, John Morton, George Ross, James Wilson. Massachusetts: John Adams John Hancock, Elbridge Gerry, Samuel Adams Robert

Treat Paine. New Hampshire: Josiah Bartlett, Matthew Thornton, William Whipple. Rhode Island: Stephen Hopkins William Ellery New York: Lewis Morris, Francis Lewis, Philip Livingston, William Floyd Georgia: Button Gwinnett, George Walton, Lyman Hall Virginia: Richard Henry Lee, Carter Braxton Thomas Jefferson, Thomas Nelson. Jr., Francis

Lightfoot Lee, Benjamin Harrison, George Wythe North Carolina: William Hooper, Joseph Hewes, John Penn South Carolina: Edward Rutledge, Thomas Lynch. Jr., Arthur Middleton, Thomas Heyward. Jr. New Jersey: Abraham Clark Francis Hopkinson John Witherspoon, John Hart Richard Stockton Connecticut: Samuel Huntington, William Williams, Roger Sherman, Oliver Wolcott. Maryland: Charles Carroll, Thomas Stone, Samuel Chase, William Paca. The Battle of Trenton Location & Dates Trenton, New Jersey December 25-26 What Occurred On the night of December 25, George

Washington and 2,400 American soldiers crossed the Delaware river just north of Trenton New Jersey, when Washingtons men landed on the other side, they marched 9 miles to southern New Jersey. Washington caught the Hessians off guard, after a brief battle, two thirds of the 1,500 man garrison was captured. Only a few escaped. The Battle of Trenton Notable Americans George Washington Nathanael Greene

Notable Hessians Johann Rall The Year of 1777 The Battle of Princeton Location & Dates Princeton New Jersey January 3 What Occurred On January 2, George Washington held of a British attack, He then circled around the British army

and flanked them. George learned that General Hugh Mercer clashes with two regiment of the British, and needed reinforcements, so Washington gathered up some men and sent them to help, Hughs men were in retreat, which caused the minute men to retreat, But Washington rode up and rallied the continental forces to victory! The Battle of Princeton Notable Colonists Israel Putnam

William Prescott Joseph Warren John Stark Notable British William Howe Sir Robert Pigot James Abercrombie John Pitcairn Henry Clinton The Battle of Brandywine Creek Location & Dates Pennsylvania Chadds Ford Township

Delaware county September 11, 1777 What occurred Washingtons men set up behind General Howes men and was getting ready to attack, but Howe took the bulk of his army and took them around the Brandywine river, due to poor scouting, Howes men went almost undetected and flanked Washington and his men

The Battle of Brandywine Creek Notable Colonists George Washington Nathanael Greene Francis Nash Peter Muhlenberg Anthony Wayne Notable British William Howe Charles Cornwallis Wilhelm von Knyphausen James Agnew William Medows

The winter at Valley Forge The winter at Valley Forge was one of the turning points in the war. Washingtons forces became trained soldiers under the direction of Drill Master Friedrich von Steuben, a Prussian Commander. Von Steuben spoke no English and was brought to America by Benjamin Franklin. It was the six month camp site for George Washington, going from December 19, 1777 to June 19, 1778, no battles were fought. Thank You The End Cody Frampton A-2

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