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Where did the British troops surrender Yorktown, VA
Where did the patriot troops attack on December 26, 1776 Trenton, NJ
Which battle was considered the turning point in the war Saratoga, NY
Where did Washington and his troops spend the winter of 1777 and 1778 Valley Forge PA
Where were the patriot troops When they received the news that France restaurant in the war Valley Forge PA
What is the meaning of siege When and or me surrounds an enemy camp in an effort to capture it
What mistake did the British generals often make Waiting too long to make a decision
What was signed on September 3, 1783 officially recognizing the 13 colonies as independent from England The treaty of Paris
What river did Washington cross on his way to Trenton The Delaware river
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