The Colonial army was officially called The Continental Army.
General George Washington was the Commander of the Colonial Army.
The term "colonial army" is a noun. The plural form would be colonial armies.
Their style of fighting was the advantage of the colonial army.
George Washington and James Madison were members of the colonial army
If you meant "head" instead of "had", george Washington led the colonial army.
There is no rank called "colonial." The rank "Colonel" is below General and above Lt. Colonel, Major, Captain, and so on.
The Continental Army.
The Hessian Commander at Trenton called the colonial army soldiers "country clowns"
it is a volunteer army
they made an army called the Continental Army.It was the first "13 colonies" colonial army....
The correct spelling is Continental Army, the colonial army in the American Revolution.
It's generally referred to as the Colonial Army or the Continental Army.
it was called the colonial government
The Colonial Army did have some veterans in its ranks, but not enough to form a sufficient cadre for all the new recruits who had enlisted.
The 13 colonies contributed men to the Continental Army.
Initially, the Continental Army (as the colonial troops were called) did not have uniforms, so many of them fought in whatever they had. This ranged from everyday clothes, hunting gear, to old British uniforms they had around. Later on, Continental troops got blue uniforms.
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General George Washington.
How did the guerrilla colonial fighters help the Continental Arm