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American Revolution Battles
Transcript of American Revolution Battles
The Americans withdrew precipitately from Ticonderoga into British hands. The battle of Long Island This battle takes place in New York on the 27th of August, 1776. The British out numbered the Americans. The British had 20,000 troops and the Americans had 10,000.
Generals: Major General Lord Howe and General George Washington. The battles of the American Revolution I am going to be
talking about are: Lexington, Bunker hill, Long Island, Ticonderoga, Camden, Saratoga, and Yorktown. The battle of Saratoga This battle was on the Hudson river in New York state on the 17th
October 1777. The British force had 5,000 and the Americans had 12,000 to 14,000. The Americans forced a surrender to the British force. The battle of Camden The battle of Camden was in South
Carolina on the 16th of a August 1780.
The British had 1,500 British soldiers and 500 militia. The Americans had 1,500 Continental troops and some 1,500 militia. Surprisingly the British won. The battle of Yorktown This battle took place in Virginia on the 28th of September to the 19th of October. It was the Americans and the French against the British. This was one of the Biggest battles in the American Revolution. There were 8,800 Americans, 7,800 French, and 6,000 British. General Washington commanded the Americans, Lieutenant General de Rochambeau commanded the French, and Major General Lord Cornwallis commanded the British. The Americans and the French won the British.