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Britain’s Plan for Taking N.Y. Battle of Saratoga
The Generals Three British Generals were involved: – St. Leger – Burgoyne – Howe
The Americans Arnold Gates Herkimer
The Plan: Attack N.Y. from 3 different locations – meet in the middle - Saratoga St. Leger – east from Lake Ontario – meet in Albany
Phase 2 Howe would come North from NYC to Albany
Phase 3 Burgoyne would come South from Canada to Albany
All would meet in Albany Why NY? – Divide and conquer
They never got there…..
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Together we will read a short biography about Daniel Morgan, following you will summarize the events in his life that led to his participation in Saratoga.
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