so dependent on a book knowledge of military tactics as were many of the Americans. Crossing the ice-strewn Delaware with 2,400 men, he fell upon the Hessian garrison at Trenton at dawn and took nearly 1,000 prisoners. Slowed by the rugged terrain, strewn with trees cut down by American axmen under Gen.
Those killed and wounded at the Battles of Lexington and Concord numbered 273 British and 95 Americans. Some 700 British troops spent the evening of April 18, 1775, forming ranks on Boston Common, with orders to seize the colonial armoury at Concord. British forces from New York sojourner truth play and. It began in a swamp, and the British were forced to wade through brackish water that was, in places, waist deep. Tour the places and view the objects that bring this history alive. Beginning in the late summer of 1774, Gage attempted to suppress the warlike preparations throughout New England by seizing stores of weapons and powder. The last British forces finally left New York on November 25, 1783.
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