Who won the battle of Charleston in 1780 in the American revolutionary war?
the British won the Battle of Charleston south Carolina (in west Virginia. not badly but the British won.
1780, The Battle of Charleston, South Carolina
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The worst American defeat during the American Revolutionary War came at the Battle of Charleston in Charleston, South Carolina. The battle began on March 29 and ended on May 12, 1780.
The Battle of Camden, South Carolina, August 16, 1780. This was a battlefield defeat, but in May 1780 the Patriots in Charleston surrendered after withstanding a siege for a time, which was even more disastrous than Camden. Five thousand Patriots became prisoners after the surrender of Charleston.
In 1780 British Lord Cornwallis won the Battle of Charleston.
It took place 1780, The battle of Charleston in south Carolina.
From what I've heard, the Battle of Charleston, SC went from April 1-May12, 1780.
A battle fought during the Revolutionary war pairinh the PAtriots and the British together. The British end up ou[tnumbering the PAtriot's 2 to 1 and they take the win.
1861 or 1780
The Battle of Kings Mountain.
April 1st 1780
Some of the major battles of the American Revolutionary War were: Battle of Bunker Hill, 1775 Battle of New York, 1776 Battle of Bennington, 1777 Battle of Monmouth, 1778 Battle of Camden, 1780 Battle of King Mountain, 1780 Battle of Cowpens, 1781: Battle of Hobkirk's Hill, 1781 Battle of Eutaw Springs, 1781 Battle of Yorktown, 1781
April 1-May 12, 1780
The Siege of Charleston took place from March 29 until May 12 of 1780. The battle lasted around six weeks.
The worst American defeat in the Revolutionary War took place in Charleston, South Carolina on May 12, 1780. The British captured the city and its 5400 men army, 4 ships, and a military arsenal. The British only lost 225 men.
The Revolutionary War Battle of Camden occurred on August 16, 1780.
During the American Revolutionary War, the city of Charleston, South Carolina was under siege by British troops. The fighting lasted from March 29 to May 12, 1780.
The Battle of King Mountain
the battle of king mountins
In Charleston, South Carolina on August 16, 1780. Back then it was known as Charles Town. That other guy wasn't nice.
The Battle of Kings Mountain, on 7th October 1780, was an important Patriot victory in the Southern campaign of the American Revolutionary War. Frontier militia overwhelmed the loyalist militia led by British Major Patrick Ferguson. Answer The Americans won the Battle of King Mountain.
yes Benedict was in the revolutionary war and his nick-name was the great trator of the revolutionary war because he was on the American side and then in 1780 he was caught helping the british.
In December 1778, the British captured the port of Savannah, Georgia. They then conquered most of Georgia. In 1780, a British army lead by General Henry Clinton landed in South Carolina. They trapped American forces in Charles Town(now Charleston), the largest Southern city. The Battle of Charles Town ended when the city surrendered. The Americans lost almost their entire Southern army. It was the worst American defeat of the war.
The worst American defeat of the Revolutionary War was in late 1778 at the port of Charles Town in South Carolina.
He was in America for 3 years. 1780-1783
British soldiers began to attack the southern colonies from 1777 through 1779 and the Battle of Charlston finally ended in 1780 with the British Lord Cornwallis prevailing. Hope that helped :)
The commander of the British forces at the siege of Charleston in 1780 was Sir Henry Clinton. Clinton commanded a force of 8,500 soldiers and 5,000 sailors and marines. His opposite number was Benjamin Lincoln, commanding a force of 5,446 members of the Continental Army and militia. The siege lasted from 1 April to 12 May 1780, when Lincoln was forced to surrender. Casualties for the British included 76 dead and 182 injured, and on… Read More
The start of the revolutionary was.
Would an American Patriot reading news of the war in 1780 have been happy about the way the war was going?
Not very happy. In 1780 the British launched a fresh invasion & took Charleston & soon controlled most of Georgia & South Carolina.
May 12, 1780
The Battle of Martinique, also Combat de la Dominique, took place on April 17, 1780, during the American War of Independence in the West Indies between the British Royal Navy and the French Navy.
The siege of Charleston took place between March 29th and May 12th in 1780 CE. The British commander Sir Henry Clinton compelled the Americans to surrender Charleston on May 12, 1780.
Charles Town (Charleston)
Charleston War on May 12, 1780.
Benedict Arnold was a general in the American Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War. In September of 1780, his plan to surrender West Point, New York was exposed, and he defected to the British Army.
John Fiske called the 1780's the Critical Period. The Revolutionary war had just ended and the future of America was in the balance.
There were only 3 major battles in South Carolina, that are in the American History Books. The first was the Battle of Camden, on April 16, 1780. General Gates, was the commander for the American Army, and General Cornwallis, was the commander for the British Army. The Americans had about 1,000 that were dead or wounded. The British had about 300 that were dead or wounded. The second would be the Battle of King's Mountain… Read More
American victory, September 1780
John Andre was a British Officer, who was hung on the 2nd October 1780 for spying. Nathan Hale was an American, hanged by the British for spying.
In England 1780 16 January - American Revolutionary War: British victory at the Battle of Cape St. Vincent over a Spanish squadron. 8 March - American Revolutionary War: The League of Armed Neutrality is formed by Russia to try to prevent the Royal Navy from searching neutral vessels for contraband. 26 March - The British Gazette and Sunday Monitor, the first Sunday newspaper in Britain, begins publication. 4 May - The first Epsom Derby horse… Read More
James Williams - Revolutionary War - died in 1780.
1780 Charles town (Charleston)
The Battle of Kings Mountain was fought in York County, South Carolina. The date of this battle was October 7, 1780.
It started in 1780; the Americans won that battle!!!
No state abolished slavery during the Revolutionary War. Massachusetts via its Constitution of 1780 did not recognize slavery and thusly "abolished" it, but no state abolished slavery as far as I can see before or "around the time" of the Revolutionary War.
It was poor.
An important battle occurred at King Mountain in South Carolina on October 7, 1780. The Patriot forces defeated the forces commanded by British Major Patrick Ferguson.
A battle of the http://www.answers.com/topic/american-revolutionary-war-1 in Camden, South Carolina, on August 16, 1780. It was a victory for Britain against ill and poorly-trained Americans. It helped to effectively end military resistance in South Carolina and gave the British temporary control of the entire South. Source: http://www.answers.com/topic/battle-of-camden You can look for details here too. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Camden Babu www.me-tyme.com
Battle of Camden happened on 1780-08-16.
Battle of Waxhaws happened on 1780-05-29.