American revolution battles

Learn about the crucial battles that shaped the American Revolution. Dive into the stories of bravery and strategy that changed the course of history.
Eyewitnesses at the Cowpens - Journal of the American Revolution American War, American Revolutionary War, American Patriot, American War Of Independence, North, The British, American, American Independence

Daniel Morgan’s victory over Banastre Tarleton at the Cowpens is one of the most celebrated battles of the revolutionary war. Some historians consider it the greatest tactical victory of the contest and the only time Patriot forces completely routed an army of British regulars in the field. Daniel Morgan’s synchronized use of militia, regulars, and […]

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Martin Binns
battle of bunker hill  The british attacked colonist barricaded on a hill colonist eventually ran out of ammunition causing them to loose but this was a moral victory for the colonist because the British had a very high casualty rate. This showed the British that America was not going to be easy to defeat Illustrators, American Revolution Battles, Battle Of Bunker Hill, American War Of Independence, American War, American Revolutionary War, American Government, The Battle, Howard

battle of bunker hill The british attacked colonist barricaded on a hill colonist eventually ran out of ammunition causing them to loose but this was a moral victory for the colonist because the British had a very high casualty rate. This showed the British that America was not going to be easy to defeat

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Joshua Smith
This article provides answers to frequently asked questions about the American Revolution which began in earnest on April 19, 1775 with the battles of Lexington and Concord. We include a timeline, major battle information, key players, and more.

This article provides answers to frequently asked questions about the American Revolution which began in earnest on April 19, 1775 with the battles of Lexington and Concord. We include a timeline, major battle information, key players, and more.

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Ferdinand González
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A few years ago my daughter, who is a director of a museum in south Florida, became interested in genealogy. I've always had an interest too, hoping to learn a little more of my family history. With the previous work from a cousin, and, of course, the internet, we discovered, with much excitement, several direct connections to Revolutionary War patriots. This led me to do some research into becoming a member of the DAR, Daughters of the American Revolution. I saw this as a way to volunteer…

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Stacy Mishina