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THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION

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THE
AMERICAN
REVOLUTION
David Green
Roland Jaworski
Sefa Schell
French-Indian (Seven Years)
War
Stamp Act of 1765
Townshend Acts
“No Taxation Without
Representation”
The Boston Massacre
Committees of Correspondence
The Boston Tea Party
Intolerable Acts
Continental Congress
Loyalists/Patriots
Minutemen
Redcoats
Hessians
Frenchmen
Battles (Chronological Order)
1775
Battles of Lexington and Concord – April 19
1777
Siege of Boston – April 19, 1775 – March 17, 1776
Second Battle of Trenton – January 2
Gunpowder Incident – April 20*
Battle of Princeton – January 3
Capture of Fort Ticonderoga – May 10*
Battle of Millstone – January 20
Battle of Chelsea Creek – May 27–28
Forage War – Winter
Battle of Machias – June 11–12
Battle of Punk Hill - March 8
Battle of Bunker Hill – June 17 (also known as the Battle of Breed's Hill)
Battle of Bound Brook – April 13
Battle of Gloucester, MA – August 8
Battle of Ridgefield – April 27 (also known as the Danbury Raid)
Shelling of Stonington – August 30
Battle of Thomas Creek – May 17
Siege of Fort St. Jean – September 17 – November 3(also called St. John's)
Meigs Raid – May 24 (also known as the Battle of Sag Harbor)
Burning of Falmouth – October 18*
Battle of Short Hills – June 26 (also known as the Battle of Metuchen Meetinghouse)
Battle of Kemp's Landing – November 14
Siege of Fort Ticonderoga – July 5 – 6
Battle of Great Bridge – December 9, 1775
Battle of Hubbardton – July 7
Siege of Savage's Old Fields – November 19–21 (also called the Siege of Ninety-Six)
Battle of Fort Ann – July 8
Snow Campaign - December 23
Siege of Fort Stanwix – August 2 – 23
Battle of Quebec – December 31
Battle of Oriskany – August 6
1776
Second Battle of Machias – August 13 – 14
Burning of Norfolk – January 1
Battle of Bennington – August 16
Battle of Moore's Creek Bridge – February 27
Battle of Staten Island – August 22
Battle of the Rice Boats – March 2–3
Battle of Setauket – August 22
Battle of Nassau – March 3–4
First Siege of Fort Henry – September
Fortification of Dorchester Heights – March 4*
Battle of Cooch's Bridge – September 3
Battle of Saint-Pierre – March 25
Battle of Brandywine – September 11
Battle of Block Island – April 6
Battle of the Clouds – September 16
Battle of The Cedars – May 18–27
Battle of Saratoga I – September 19 (also known as the Battle of Freeman's Farm & The Turning Point of the War)
Battle of Trois-Rivières – June 8
Battle of Paoli – September 21
Battle of Sullivan's Island – June 28
Siege of Fort Mifflin – September 26 – November 15
Battle of Turtle Gut Inlet – June 29
Battle of Germantown – October 4
Battle of Lindley's Fort – July 15
Battle of Forts Clinton and Montgomery – October 6
Battle of Long Island – August 27 (also known as the Battle of Brooklyn)
Battle of Saratoga II – October 7 (also known as the Battle of Bemis Heights)
Landing at Kip's Bay – September 15
Battle of Red Bank – October 22 (also known as the Battle of Fort Mercer)
Battle of Harlem Heights – September 16
Battle of Gloucester, NJ – November 25
Battle of Valcour Island – October 11 (naval battle)
Battle of White Marsh – December 5–8
Battle of White Plains – October 28
Battle of Matson's Ford – December 11
Battle of Fort Cumberland – November 10–29
1778
Battle of Fort Washington – November 16
Battle off Barbados – March 7
Ambush of Geary – December 14
Battle of Quinton's Bridge – March 18
Battle of Iron Works Hill – December 22–23 (also known as the Battle of Mount
North Channel Naval Duel – April 24
Holly)
Battle of Crooked Billet – May 1
Battle of Trenton – December 26
Battle of Barren Hill – May 20
Mount Hope Bay raids – May 25 and 30
Battle of Cobleskill – May 30
Battle of Monmouth – June 28
Battle of Alligator Bridge – June 30
Wyoming Massacre – July 3
First Battle of Ushant – July 27
Siege of Pondicherry – August 21 – October 19
Battle of Rhode Island – August 29 (also known as Battle of Newport or Quaker Hill)
Grey's raid – September 5–17
Invasion of Dominica – September 7
Siege of Boonesborough – September 7–18
Attack on German Flatts – September 17
Baylor Massacre – September 27
Raid on Unadilla and Onaquaga – October 2–16
Battle of Chestnut Neck – October 6
Little Egg Harbor massacre – October 16
Carleton's Raid – October 24 – November 14
Cherry Valley Massacre – November 11
Battle of St. Lucia – December 15 (naval battle)
Capture of St. Lucia – December 18–28
Capture of Savannah – December 29
1779
Battle of Beaufort – February 3 (also known as the Battle of Port Royal Island)
Battle of Kettle Creek – February 14
Battle of Vincennes – February 23–25
Battle of Brier Creek – March 3
Battle of Chillicothe – May
Chesapeake raid – May 10–24
Armada of 1779 – June – September
Sullivan Expedition – June – October
Capture of Saint Vincent – June 16–18
Battle of Stono Ferry – June 20
Great Siege of Gibraltar – June 24, 1779 – February 7, 1783
Capture of Grenada – July 2
Tryon's raid – July 5–14
Battle of Grenada – July 6
Battle of Stony Point – July 16
Battle of Minisink – July 22
Penobscot Expedition – July 24 – August 29
Battle of Paulus Hook – August 19
Battles (continued)
Battle of Newtown – August 29
Battle of Rocky Mount – August 1
Battle
of Hanging Rock – August 6
Capture of Fort Bute – September 7
Battle
of
Pekowee
–
August
8
(also
known
as the Battle of Piqua)
Battle of Lake Pontchartrain – September 10
Action of 9 August 1780 – August 9
Boyd and Parker ambush – September 13
Battle of Camden – August 16
Action of 14 September 1779 – September 14
Battle of Fishing Creek – August 18
Capture of Cayo Cocina – September 15
Battle of Musgrove Mill – August 18
Battle of Black Mingo – August 28
Siege of Savannah – September 16 – October 18
Battle
of
Wahab's
Plantation – September 20
Battle of Baton Rouge – September 20–21
Battle of Charlotte – September 26
Battle of Flamborough Head – September 23
Battle of Kings Mountain – October 7
Battle of San Fernando de Omoa – October 16 – November 29
Royalton Raid – October 16
Action of 11 November 1779 – November 11
Battle of Klock's Field – October 19
La Balme's Defeat – November 5
First Battle of Martinique – December 18
Battle
of Fishdam Ford – November 9
1780
Battle of Blackstock's Farm – November 20
Action of 8 January 1780 – January 8
Battle of Fort St. George – November 23
Battle of Cape St. Vincent – January 16
1781
Battle of Young's House – February 3
Battle of Jersey – January 6
Battle of Mobile – January 7
San Juan Expedition – March – November
Battle
of Cowpens – January 17
Battle of Fort Charlotte – March 2–14
Battle of Cowan's Ford – February 1
Siege of Charleston – March 29 – May 12
Capture of Sint Eustatius – February 3
Battle of Monck's Corner – April 14
Battle of Haw River – February 25
Second Battle of Martinique – April 17
Battle of Wetzell's Mill – March 6
Battle
of Pensacola – March 9 – May 8
Battle of Lenud's Ferry – May 6
Battle
of
Guilford
Court House – March 15
Bird's invasion of Kentucky – May 25 – August
Battle of Cape Henry – March 16
Battle of St. Louis – May 25
Siege of Fort Watson – April 15 – 23
Battle of Waxhaws – May 29
Battle of Porto Praya – April 15
Battle of Connecticut Farms – June 7
Battle of Blanford – April 25 (also known as the Battle of Petersburg)
Battle of Mobley's Meeting House – June 10? Battle of Hobkirk's Hill – April 25 (also known as the Second Battle of Camden)
Battle of Fort Royal – April 29
Battle of Ramsour's Mill – June 20
Action of 1 May 1781 – May 1
Battle of Springfield, NJ – June 23
Battle of Fort Motte – May 8–12
Huck's Defeat – July 12
Siege of Augusta – May 22 – June 6
Battle of Bull's Ferry – July 20–21
Siege of Ninety-Six – May 22 – June 19
Invasion of Tobago – May 24 – June 2
Battle of Colson's Mill – July 21
Action of 30 May 1781 – May 30
Battle of Spencer's Ordinary – June 26
Francisco's Fight – July
Battle of Green Spring – July 6
Naval battle of Louisbourg – July 21
Battle of Dogger Bank – August 5
Invasion of Minorca – August 19, 1781 – February 5, 1782
Lochry's Defeat – August 24
Capture of USS Trumbull – August 29
Battle of the Chesapeake – September 5
Battle of Groton Heights – September 6 (also known as the Battle of Fort Griswold)
Battle of Eutaw Springs – September 8
Battle of Lindley's Mill – September 13
Long Run Massacre – September 13
Siege of Yorktown – September 28 – October 19
Battle of Fort Slongo – October 3
Siege of Negapatam – October 21 – November 11
Battle of Johnstown – October 25
Second Battle of Ushant – December 12
1782
Siege of Brimstone Hill – January 11 – February 13
Capture of Trincomalee – January 11
Capture of Demerara and Essequibo – January 22 – February 5
Battle of Saint Kitts – January 25–26
Battle of Sadras – February 17
Capture of Montserrat – February 22
Gnadenhütten massacre – March 8
Battle of Roatán – March 16
Action of 16 March 1782 – March 16
Battle of Little Mountain – March 22
Battle of Delaware Bay – April 8
Battle of the Saintes – April 9–12
Battle of Providien – April 12
Battle of the Black River – April 13 – August 23
Battle of the Mona Passage – April 19
Action of 20–21 April 1782 – April 20–21
Capture of the Bahamas – May
Crawford expedition – May 25 – June 12
Battles (continued x 2)
Naval battle off Halifax – May 28–29
Raid on Lunenburg – July 1
Battle of Negapatam – July 6
Battle of Piqua – August 8
Hudson Bay Expedition – August 8
Siege of Bryan Station – August 15–17
Battle of Blue Licks – August 19
Battle of the Combahee River – August 26
Battle of Trincomalee – August 25 – September 3
Siege of Fort Henry – September 11–13
Action of 18 October 1782 – October 18
Battle of Cape Spartel – October 20
Action of 6 December 1782 – December 6
Action of 12 December 1782 – December 12
1783
Action of 22 January 1783 – January 22
Capture of the Turks and Caicos Islands – February 12
Capture of the Bahamas – April 14–18
Battle of Cuddalore – June 20 (naval battle)
Siege of Cuddalore – June 7–25 (land siege)
Battles to be Explained:
-Battle of Lexington and Concord (April 19, 1775)
-Battle of Bunker Hill (June 17, 1775)
-Battle of Long Island (Brooklyn) (August 27, 1776)
-Battle of Trenton (December 26, 1776)
-Siege of Fort Ticonderoga (July 5-6, 1777)
-Battles of Saratoga (September 19, 1777, October 7, 1777)
-Siege of Yorktown (September 28 – October 19, 1781)
Lexington-Concord
Bunker Hill
Declaration of Independence
Josiah Bartlett, William Whipple, Matthew Thornton, Samuel Adams, John Adams,
John Hancock, Robert Treat Paine, Elbridge Gerry, Stephen Hopkins, William Ellery,
Roger Sherman, Samuel Huntington, William Williams, Oliver Wolcott
William Floyd, Philip Livingston, Francis Lewis, Lewis Morris, Richard Stockton,
John Witherspoon, Francis Hopkinson, John Hart, Abraham Clark, Robert Morris, Benjamin Rush,
Benjamin Franklin, John Morton, George Clymer, James Smith, George Taylor, James Wilson,
George Ross, George Read, Caesar Rodney, Thomas McKean,
Samuel Chase, William Paca, Thomas Stone, Charles Carroll of Carrollton, George Wythe,
Richard Henry Lee, Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Harrison, Thomas Nelson, Jr.,
Francis Lightfoot Lee, Carter Braxton, William Hooper, Joseph Hewes, John Penn,
Edward Rutledge, Thomas Heyward, Jr., Thomas Lynch, Jr., Arthur Middleton, Button Gwinnett,
Lyman Hall, George Walton
Long Island (Brooklyn)
Trenton
Fort Ticonderoga
Saratoga (I & II)
Articles of Confederation
Yorktown
Treaty of Paris
Consequences
John Adams
Samuel Adams
Benedict Arnold
John Burgoyne
Charles Cornwallis
Benjamin Franklin
Thomas Gage
Horatio Gates
King George III
Conte de Grasse
John Hancock
William Howe
Thomas Jefferson
Marquis de Lafayette
Louis XVI
Thomas Paine
William Prescott
Conte de Rochambeau
Paul Revere
Betsy Ross
Arthur St. Clair
Joseph Warren
George Washington
THE END
OF DAVID, ROLAND AND SEFA’S POWERPOINT ON THE
AMERICAN REVOLUTION
THANK YOU AND GOODNIGHT
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