Dates of the American Revolution: Who, What, and where in the War for Independence
Throughout history, man has done battle for many reasons including ideology, capture of land, and power. One of the greatest conflicts which affected not only the people who participated in it, but the entire world, was the American Revolution. Designed as a quick reference for the researcher or the lover of history, this book is a chronological list of events relating to the American Revolution beginning with the accession of King George III, and ending with the death of George Washington.
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The War Begins
The Northern War
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American losses April arrived attack August Banastre Tarleton Battle began Benedict Arnold Boston brigadier British forces British losses British ships British soldiers British troops British under Lieutenant British under Major British under Sir Burgoyne camp captured Charles Charleston Colonel John Colonel William colonies colonists Continental Army Continental Congress Creek December December 24 defeat British defeat rebels defeat Tories Delaware River evacuated February fire fleet under Admiral French and lndian George Washington Georgia Hessians Hill Horatio Gates Island January Jersey Joseph Brant July June killed and wounded Lafayette Lieutenant Colonel losses are unknown loyalists March Massachusetts Massacre militia Montgomery Nathanael Greene North November October October 16 ordered Parliament Patriots under Colonel Patriots under Major Pennsylvania Philadelphia Quebec raid rebels under Colonel Redoubt retreated royal governor Savannah September 11 September 26 signer skirmish South Carolina Sumter surrender Thomas Thomas Sumter Ticonderoga Tories Tories and lndians Tory losses Virginia withdrew Yorktown