Battles of the Revolutionary War:
A Coggle Diagram about Monmouth
(-America had a numerical advantage in respect to the number of troops
, -Winter was rough .Troops were dressed in rags, hungry, and crowded in makeshift hunts
, -On the 18th of June , General Henry Clinton evacuated Philidalp and matched 10000 troops to New York
, Clinton removed troops from the field after many failed attempts
, -The departments did a bad job of supplying Washingtons army due to them being flagged by corruption
and -Von Steuben embraced the task of Inspector General and he produced a training manual for american troops and took charge of drills at Valley Forge
(Sept 19, 1777- Oct 17, 1777)
, Battle Of Cowpens (January 1781)
, Camden (August 16, 1780)
, Battles of Trenton and Princeton (Dec 25 1776-Jan 3 1777)
, Battle of Canada (Dec. 1775)
, Battle of New York- Aug.26,1776
, (Lexington and Concor
(General Thomas Gage, the military governor of Massachusetts decided to seize the ammunition that the local militia had been stockpiling in Concord.
, The next day, the British were met by about 70 minutemen on Lexington Green. The British ordered the Americans to stand down and then someone fired a shot; the shot heard around the world.
, British major John Pitcairn, who was convinced that "burning two or three of their towns, will set everything to rights"
, Stable boys and other sympathetic Bostonian caught wind of the plan when they overheard the whispering of British soldiers, and when they notified Paul Revere and Boston's Committee of Safety, Revere and his long-forgotten comrade William Dawes set out on their famed nighttime rides to warn the surrounding towns that the Regulars were coming.
, As the British marched back to Boston the colonist ambushes the the British. From farmers from just about every village and town from farmers from just about every village and town at the end of the day over 250 died along the roads.
, Since the coercive Act in response to the Boston Tea Party, American hostility towards british government increase and disobedience towards the government speared.
), Bunker Hill (June 1775)
(, The British General Cornwallis decided to prevent Virginia to be under control of the Carolina so they sent troops to enforce Virginia.
, Decisive Franco-American victory
)) and (Charleston March 29th to May 12th, 1780**text**