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History chapter 5

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The Conway Cabal Time and Place The Conway cabal refer to a series of events in late 1777 and early 1778 in York, PA
The Conway Cabal What is it Suggesting that George Washington be replaced a commander or the continental army during the American Revolution War
The Conway Cabal Who It was named after Brigadier General Thomas Conway, whose letters criticizing Washington were forwarded to the second continental Congress
The Conway Cabal So What Conway ended up resigning from the army and general Horatio Gates, a leading candidate to replace Washington, issued an apology for his role in the events
The Conway Cabal What is it Suggesting that George Washington be replaced a commander or the continental army during the American Revolution War
The Conway Cabal Who It was named after Brigadier General Thomas Conway, whose letters criticizing Washington were forwarded to the second continental Congress
The Conway Cabal So What Conway ended up resigning from the army and general Horatio Gates, a leading candidate to replace Washington, issued an apology for his role in the events
Benedict Arnold who Service in the British Army
Benedict Arnold time and place 1780 in west point
Benedict Arnold What Happened After he changes sides his plot to surrender the Key continental Army was exposed
Benedict Arnold so What He began recruiting Loyalist for a new force called the American Legion and sent 1600 men by general Sir Henry Clinton's request to Virginia to raid Richmond
Benedict Arnold So What He later returned to England but was unable to require new commands
Sir William Howe time and place May 25,1775 New York
Sir William Howe Who Mayor General
Sir William Howe what Happened He lead the British troops in attacking breed's hill. The battle became known as the Battle of Bunker Hill.
Sir William Howe so what The Americans fought bravely but were later captured by the British soldiers because they ran out of ammunition
John Burgoyne who A British Army officer
John Burgoyne time and place 1777 and Canada
John Burgoyne what happened During the Saratoga campaign he surrendered his army of 5000 men to the American troops.
John Burgoyne so what H advanced to Canada but soon found himself surrounded and outnumbered.
John Burgoyne so what fought two battle at Saratoga, but was force to open negotiations with Horatio Gates. He allowed his men to return home and faced criticism when he returned to Britain and never held another active command
Lord General Cornwallis Who A British Army office and colonial administrator
Lord General Cornwallis Time and place 1753-1762 Yorktown
Lord General Cornwallis What happened He surrendered to combine American and French forces at the siege of Yorktown which ended in significant hostilities in North America
Lord General Cornwallis so what He also served as a civil and military governor in India and Ireland. He brought good changes to both
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