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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…..
Battle of Saratoga American Victory! Turning Point of War! French decide to align with the Americans
Who became a traitor? Benedict Arnold
By: Domenic & Arjun EconomicsGovernmentGeographyWars
P. 174 / Wbk. P. 22.
The turning point in the Revolutionary War. The defeats at Trenton and Princeton embarrassed the British. Spring 1777 – The British wanted to strike.
Saratoga By Matt and Emilio The Revolutionary War The Revolutionary War lasted 8 years, from 1775 to 1783 (including the causes of the war). It was during.
Battle of Trenton Prior to the battle, the colonists were having difficulty winning battles: -Battle of Bunker Hill - loss -Battle of Quebec - loss -Battle.
Goals 1. What were Washington’s strategies at Trenton and Princeton? 2. Why was the Battle of Saratoga a turning point in the war? 3. How did foreign nations.
The American Revolution
Aim: What were the major battles of the Revolutionary War? Do Now:
The Early Years Chapter 6 Section 1.
The American Revolutionary War ( ). British Advantages Over the Americans A. Brits had greater numbers of troops. 48,000 British soldiers + 30,000.
HOW DID THEY DO IT? HOW WERE A BUNCH OF MERCHANTS, FARMERS, AND CRAFTSMEN ABLE TO DEFEAT THE LARGEST, MOST EXPERIENCED, WELL-TRAINED, AND WELL- EQUIPPED.
The Early Years of the War The Americans Desire to Gain rights and liberties led them to fight for independence from Britain.
Ch.7, Sec.1 – The Early Years of the War Americans Divided Americans Divided - 20% of Americans were Loyalists, 40% were Patriots, and 40% were neutral.
The American Revolution Chapter Seven The Early Years of the War Section 1(B)
Don’t judge my beginnings….judge my actions!
Jeopardy Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
Chapter 4 Section 2. Do Now: Trivia: What was the first capital of the US. Obj: Trace Progress of war through the turning point at Saratoga
Template by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Click Once to Begin Revolutionary War Jeopardy By: Ms. Williams, Ms. Fogarty, Ms. Catalano.
By: Jacob Nudel Bell Ringer: 1.Look at the map on page 195. Where are the earliest battles of the Revolution? 2.What major city did the British win? 1.
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