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    Battle of Kings Mountain and the Battle of Cowpens - Historical statements concerning the two battles, with overview of conditions and the combatants involved. Excellent documentation of the battles.

    Princeton, New Jersey - Following the victory at Trenton, the British engaged Washington at Trenton a second time on the 2d of January 1777. Washington slipped away during the night towards Princeton. In the early morning of 3 January he engaged 3 regiments under Lt. Col. Mawhood outside of Princeton and drove them back into town where they surrendered.

    Battle Locations - A map showing the location of several major battles. Some linked to textual discussions.

    Camden, South Carolina - The battle at Camden,SC occurred on August 16, 1780 between the Continental Army under MG Horatio Gates, and the British Army under Lord Cornwallis. Gates' army was routed. This report includes a review of conditions before, during and after the battle, as well as British and American strengths and losses.

    Fort Sullivan, South Carolina - An in depth look at a major coastal battle that occurred June 28, 1776, involving a British amphibious landing and ship attack on an American seacoast fort guarding the water approach to Charleston. Background materials on key personnel are provided. This is the first and last British instigated battle in the south until 1779.

    Philadelphia Campaign, Pennsylvania - Chronicles the battles leading up to the British seizure of Philadelphia in 1777. This site covers the battles of Brandywine, Paoli, Germantown, and the Delaware River forts. As a result of this campaign, the British Army wintered in Philadelphia, and the Continental Army wintered at Valley Forge. Covers activities in July to December 1777.

    Bunker Hill, Massachusetts - Occurred June 17, 1775, prior to the formation of the Continental Army, at Breed's Hill in Charlestown, Massachusetts. The conditions leading up to the battle, the terrain, and the generals and troops involved are presented. Background materials: maps, biographies, etc., are provided to increase understanding.

    Guilford Court House, North Carolina - One of the series of battles between Lord Cornwallis and Gen. Greene known as the 'Race to the Dan.' Material is provided to place the battle which occurred on March 15, 1781, within that context. Background information on the troops and generals involved is provided.

    Saratoga, New York - Really two battles, one on September 19th, 1777, and a second on October 7th, 1777. Together they ended the British attempt to split the colonies along the barrier formed by the Hudson River-Champlain Valley. On October 17th, General Burgoyne surrendered his army to General Gates.

    Yorktown Campaign, Virginia - Shows the events leading up to the siege of Yorktown and takes you through the battle by describing daily events, aided by maps and illustrations. Covers the period August through October 1781.

    Lafayette's Campaign, Virginia - In the spring of 1781, Washington sent Lafayette with three regiments of Light Infantry to Virginia to pursue Arnold who was now a British general and had arrived with an expedition the beginning of the year. The battles of Petersburg, April 25th, and Green Spring, 6 July are covered.

    Lexington and Concord, Massachusetts - An essay, That Memory May Their Deed Redeem, on why we remember the 19th of April 1775 and these battles.

    Monmouth, New Jersey - In May of 1778, General Clinton, took command of the British Army in America. As one of his first acts, he withdrew his army from Philadelphia and marched across New Jersey toward New York. The Continental Army followed and attacked the rear of Clinton's army at Monmouth Court House in Freehold, New Jersey on June 28, 1778.

    Trenton, New Jersey - Occurred early in the morning of December 26, 1776 following Washington's crossing of the Delaware River above Trenton, when the Continental Army attacked a brigade of Hessian troops in the barracks at Trenton.

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