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Battles of the American Revolution. By: Javier Ramirez, Nardo Vidal Marco Lopez, Tareque Gazi. Who were the important people in the battles of the American Revolution?. The important people were: Gen. George Washington. John Adams. Thomas Jefferson. James Madison.

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Battles of the american revolution l.jpg

Battles of the American Revolution

By: Javier Ramirez, Nardo Vidal

Marco Lopez, Tareque Gazi


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Who were the important people in the battles of the American Revolution?

  • The important people were:

    Gen. George Washington.

    John Adams.

    Thomas Jefferson.

    James Madison.

    Benjamin Franklin.

    Samuel Adams.


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How Many Battles happened during the American Revolution?

  • 23 battles happened -York town

    -Princeton -Charleston

    -Brandywine -Camden

    -German town

    -Oris kany

    -Bennington

    -Saratoga

    -Monmouth


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How Many soldiers were involved in all the battles?

  • During the American Revolution almost

    130,000 soldiers were involved in all the

    battles.


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If you lived during the American Revolution would you have seen a battle?

  • Of course I want to see a battle


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If you were in the American Revolution which side would you choose?

  • I choose Americans because it is his country


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Battle of Fort TiconderogaOn May 10,1775.

Ethan Allen and Benedict Arnold led 83 Americans called the Green Mountains Boys.(Lee D. and Amberleigh R. )

There were 45 men in the British garrison at Fort Ticonderoga ,New York. (Lee D. and Amberleigh R. )

They took over without a shot being fired! (Lee D. and Amberleigh R. )

On May 11, they captured Crown Point, NY near Lake Champlain. Now the Canada could be invaded from the South. (Lee D. and Amberleigh R. )


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Battle Of Fort Ticonderoga


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John AdamsJohn Adams was the second President of the United States in (1797-1801)

  • John Adams (October 30, 1735- July 4, 1816) was the first Vice President of the United States (1781-1797).

  • Helped the Revolutionary War in Massachusetts

  • Lawyer and diplomat for France, Netherlands, diplomat to Great Britain.


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Did the people see the battle?

  • The war of Harlem Heights is remarkable in the history of American Revolutionary war .The Americans win the war. It gave courage to Americans after the loss on Long Island and the embarrassment of Kips Bay .The fight was around 169th street and Broadway. It ranged north to about 125th street.


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Why did it take a war?

  • The battle took place as part of the siege of Boston during the American Revolutionary war .was between the British and the Americans in Charlestown, Massachusetts. the British had a party victory in the war.


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Works cited

  • Battles of American Revolution. Retrieved

    July 18, 2006

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Revolutionary_war

  • Battles of American Revolution. Retrieved

    July 18, 2006

    http://www.usmm.org/revolution.html

  • Battles of American Revolution.

    Retrieved

    July 18, 2006

    http://www.theamericanrevolution.org


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Website

  • By Lee D. and Amberleigh R The Battle of Ticonderoga

  • http://darter.ocps.net/classroom/revolution/ticon.htm


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