Siege of Fort Ticonderoga

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    The American Revolution granted the former U.S. freedom from Great Britain. The Thirteen Colonies and Great Britain brawled against one another; the thirteen colonies objective was to become independent, while Great Britain fought to maintain its power over them. The war lasted about eight years, from 1775 to 1783, and consisted of many contributing factors that would eventually lead in freedom for the colonies. Important aspects include, by what means the war commenced, certain acts, colonial…

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    Good morning, you are tuning into Category 4 news, today we will be talking about Benedict Arnold the American Traitor, the Sons of Liberty, the Advantages of the British and Americans, Yorktown, Treaty of Paris, Women’s Contributions, and African American Contributions. Anthony(Benedict Arnold): Benedict Arnold was born on January 14, 1741. He grew up in Connecticut, he also had five brothers and sisters, but one of his sisters died from yellow fever at a very young age. He began his business…

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    Bunker Hill was that it was the second bloodshed of the war. As a result the king decided, “We must persist.” (McCullough 7) The Siege of Boston had significance because it was the first American victory. This victory made Britain back down a little bit. The significance of Charleston, Massachusetts was that it was the location of the British frontlines during the Siege of Boston. Charleston was on the peninsula of Massachusetts. This helped the Americans keep the British bottled up (McCullough…

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    the upper hand in this stand off. Being in this predicament the English sustained from the fire and reached safety in Charlestown but still was met with many casualties almost nearing four-thousand men. The events that follow would later be known Siege of…

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    farming family and later perused a military career. . At six foot two inches and always dressed in Military attire he is an imposing figure. Washington takes command with no pay to lead the congressional army. With Boston and the British army under siege Washington’s army attempts to dig themselves into higher ground. This is the scene of the first full battel of the Revolutionary war. 1200 Continental soldiers. General Howell now in charge of the British army head full force without cover into…

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    With a newfound land but old British rule a bloody conflict was bound to happen, the American Revolution was the conflict that ensued from the power struggle between the colonies in America and the British government that changed the history of the world forever creating a land free from British rule which we know today as the United States of America. This political battle between Great Britain’s thirteen colonies: Delaware, Rhode Island, Virginia, Maryland, New Hampshire, Maine, Massachusetts,…

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    Throughout history, the world of politics has been continually rocked by salacious scandals which distract from a politicians’ ambitions and place magnifying glasses on their moral character. Benedict Arnold and Andrew Jackson are no different. Each man rose to prominence during the tumultuous period of the American Revolution and both witnessed as their resolute pursuits for power, respect, and, most importantly, honor, helped manufacture their societal disgraces in the aftermath. These…

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    Constituted an official recognition of America’s independence and lent powerful military heft to the Patriot cause 4. Allies bound themselves to wage war until United States fully secured its freedom and until both agreed to terms with Britain 5. Led the American Revolutionary War to become a world war The Colonial War Becomes a Wider War A. Lexington 1778 1. England and France come to blows 2. Shot fired widened into a global conflagration 3. Spain and Holland join the fray…

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