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Q: Did the battle of saratoga battle of Yorktown battle of lexington and concord or winter at Valley Forge occur first?
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Which event occurred first battle of Yorktown winter at Valley Forge battle of saratoga battle of Lexington and concord?

1775- Lexington and Concord 1777-Battle of Saratoga 1777-8- Winter at Valley Forge 1781- Battle of Yorktown


What were the first and last major battles of the American revolution?

Lexington and Concord, Bunker Hill, Saratoga, Trenton, Valley Forge, Yorktown.


Are the battle on Lexington and Concord and the battle of Valley Forge the same thing?

No, they're completely different things in completely different states. Lexington and Concord are in Massachusetts; Valley Forge is in Pennsylvania. They're separated by over 300 miles.


What were the early battles in the Revolutionary War?

Lexington, Concord, Bunker Hill, Fort Ticonderoga, Quebec, Trenton, Valley Forge, Brandywine.


What were the the early battles in the revolutionary war?

Lexington, Concord, Bunker Hill, Fort Ticonderoga, Quebec, Trenton, Valley Forge, Brandywine.


Why was the committees of correspondence created?

It was made because the colonists of America wanted to keep each other informed about important events. An example is when and where the British were going to attack or what will the British tax next?


Did winter at Valley Forge come before battle of saratoga?

saratoga came before valley forge. the patriots were waiting for french aid at valley forge after saratoga


Where did the most battles take place in the American Revolution?

Boston, Massachusetts (Breed's Hill) New York (Present-day New York City) Trenton, New Jersey Saratoga, New York Yorktown, Virginia Little known is the Battle of Valcour Island on Lake Champlain in the Fall of 1776. General Benidict Arnold led a rag-tag flotilla of gun boats to hold the British off and prevent the recapture of Fort Ticonderoga before the winter set in. This prevented the British from penetrating from the north and cutting off the New England Colonies; considered the heart of the rebellion. That combined with victory at Saratoga in 1777, also spearheaded by General Arnold's bravery, ended the British Northern Campaign; saving the Revolution. In WWII, the US had a policy of naming Aircraft Carriers after famous battles: Saratoga, Ticonderoga, Yorktown, Lexington, Bunker Hill..... British Prime Minister Winston Churchill once said something to the effect that the US should have named a carrier "Valcour Island", because that was considered, by the British, a turning point in the war. Of course, due to the stygma of Benidict Arnold's treason, anything solely accociated with him is tarnished in the eyes of most Americans.


What two victories gave new hope to Washington's men?

Battle at Saratoga and Valley Forge


What battles did the Americans win in the American Revolution?

I don't really know but they got General Cornwallis to surrender by surrounding him, with a French Navy blocking off Chesapeake Bay and the Americans behind him. General Nathaniel Greene exhausted them by attacking, then running. The British plundered civilian homes and bad feelings soon arose.


The river valley that was the focus of Britain's early military strategy and the scene of Burgoyne's surrender at Saratoga in 1777?

Hudson Valley


What are the American revolution war battles in order?

Lexington & Concord; Bunker Hill; Saratoga; Valley Forge; YorktownANSWER:American Revolutionary War Battles -Lexington and Concord - April 19, 1775Bunker Hill - June 17, 1775Quebec - December 31, 1775Long Island - August 27, 1776Trenton - December 26, 1776Princeton - January 3, 1777Bennington - August 16, 1777Brandywine - September 11, 1777Freeman's Farm (First Battle) - September 19, 1777Germantown - October 4, 1777Freeman's Farm (Second Battle) - October 7, 1777Monmouth - June 28, 1778Camden - August 16, 1780Kings Mountain - October 7, 1780Cowpens - January 17, 1781Guilford Courthouse - March 15, 1781Yorktown - October 6-19, 1781