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US History/Battles

US History

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Name the major leader(s) of the battle of Bunker Hill. William Precott and William Howe
Name the major leader(s) of the battle of Trenton George Washington
Name the major leader(s) of the battle of Saratoga. Horatio Gates and John Burgoyne
Name the major leader(s) of the battle of Yorktown george Washington and Charles Cornwallis
What are the key details of the Battle of Bunker Hill? British wanted to drive Americans from their location overlooking Boston. The Americans were low on Amunition
What are the key details of the Battle of Trenton? Washington needed victory to attract new recruits, so they crossed the Delaware on Christmas Eve for a surprise attack
What are the key details of the Battle of Saratoga? British troops fled Saratoga for supplies, the British were then outnumbered and surrounded by gates.
What are the key details of the Battle of Yorktown? washington and the french navy corner cornwallis, forcing surrender, they captured 8000 british prisoners
What was the outcome and importance of the Battle of Bunker Hill? The British won, but suffered many losses, this let both sides know that victory would not be easy.
What was the outcome and importance of the Battle of Saratoga? The British surrendered, this built foreign support and France entered the war.
What was the outcome and importance of the Battle of Yorktown? this would mark the end of the war and a victory for America
What was the outcome and importance of the Battle of Trenton? They captures 900 Hessians, greatly improving the fighting spirit
Name the key details of the Battle of Lexington and Concord? Two battles began on April 18, 1775, British troops were sent to Concord to capture John Hancok and Samuel Adams. Paul Revere rode thru Concord to warn of the British Attack.
Name the key details of the Winter at Valley Forge. George Washington moved South from New Jersey to defend the capital, Philiadelphia from the advancing forces of General William Howe.
what happened at lexington and concord 70 minutemen surprised the british holding back an attack, all thanks to paul revere who rode to lexington to warn about the british
Name the outcome and or effect of the Battle of Lexington and Concord. Held the British Back
Name the outcome and or effect of the Winter at Valley Forge. George was defeated by the British 2 times. Winter was coming and Washington moved his troops to Valley Forge. It was a hard winter and over 2000 men died.
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