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American Revolution

Some info on how this nation was founded

Carlton BanksRon Burgundy
This battle mostly took place on Breed’s Hill on June 17, 1775. General Howe commanded the British forces and General Putnam commanded the Revolutionary forces. During the battle, Colonel William Prescott issued the memorable command “Don’t shoot until The Battle of Bunker Hill
This battle inflicted the heaviest losses on British forces out of all of the battle of the American Revolution. However, the colonists ran out of ammunition after the second wave of British troops and were overrun. The Battle of Bunker Hill
He was an American bookseller from Boston who became the chief artillery officer of the Continental Army and later the nation's first Secretary of War. He became friends with Washington. Henry Knox
he hauled the newly captured cannons from Fort Ticonderoga to aid in Washington’s capture of Boston Henry Knox
took place on December 26th, 1776. After Washington’s troops crossed the Deleware River, they surprised the Hessian mercenaries in the city and decisively won the battle. The Battle of Trenton
This helped to boost morale and preserve the Army as well as set the stage for the upcoming Battle of Princeton. The Battle of Trenton
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