Battles Timeline By: Jack, and Trevor

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The Battle of Lexington and Concord

April 19 1775 - November 27 1777

The location of the battle was in Lexington and Concord, Massachusetts. The weather was 55-65 degrees F, with calm winds. The commanders for the British were: Lieutenant-General Hugh Percy, Major John Pitcairn, and Major-General Francis Smith. The commanders for the U.S colonies were: Colonel James Barrett, Colonel John Buttrick, Dr. Joseph Warren, John Parker, and William Heath. For the British 1,500 men were forced to fight, 73 men were killed, 174 men were wounded, and 53 men were captured by the colonist. For the U.S colonies 3,800 men were forced to fight, 49 men were killed, 39 men were wounded, and 0 men were captured by the British.

The Siege of Fort Ticonderoga

May 10 1775 - October 28 1778

The location of the battle was in Fort Ticonderoga, New York. The weather was 55-65 degrees F with wind speeds of 10 knots. The commander for the British was Captain William DeLaPlace, and he commander for the U.S colonies was Benedict Arnold, Ethan Allen. 168 colonist were forced to fight, 0 were killed, 0 were wounded, and 1 was captured. 78 British were forced to fight, 0 were killed, 0 were wounded, and 0 were captured.

The Battle of Chelsea Creek

May 27 1775 - May 28 1775

The location of the battle was in Suffolk County, Massachusetts, and the weather was 65 degrees F and cloudy. The commanders for the British was Samuel Graves and brother Thomas Graves. The commander for the U.S colonies was General George Washington. For the British 850 men were forced to fight, 2 were killed, 32 were wounded, and 0 were captured by the colonist. For the U.S colonist 900 men were forced to fight, 0 were killed, 4 were wounded, and 0 were captured by the British.

The Battle of Bunker Hill (Breeds Hill)

June 16 1775 - November 8 1776

The battle was located in Charles town, Massachusetts. The weather was 55-65 degrees F wind at 10 knots. The commander was Sir William Howe. The commanders for the U.S colonies was Dr. Joseph Warren, Israel Putnam, and William Prescott. For the British 3,000 men were forced to fight, 226 killed, 828 wounded, and 0 captured by the British. For the U.S colonies 2,400 men were forced to fight, 115 killed, 305 wounded, and 30 captured by the British.

The Battle of Quebec

December 31 1775 - January 22 1779

The location of the battle was in Quebec city, Province of Quebec. The weather was 31 degrees F and a blizzard. The commanders for the British were: Captain William DeLaPlace, and Sir Guy Carleton. The commanders for the U.S colonies were: Benedict Arnold, Daniel Morgan, and Richard Montgomrey. For the British 1,800 men were forced to fight, 5 were killed, 14 were wounded, and 0 were captured by the colonist. For the U.S colonies 1,200 men were forced to fight, 48 were killed, 34 were wounded, and 431 were captured by the British.

The Battle of Long Island

August 27 1776 - July 30 1779

The location of the battle was in Long Island, New York, the weather was 78-82 degrees F with fog and high winds. The commanders for the British were: Lord Charles Cornwallis, Sir Henry Clinton, and Sir William Howe. For the U.S colonies the commanders were: George Washington, Israel Putnam, and William Alexander. For the British 20,000 men were forced to fight, 64 were killed, 293 were wounded, and 31 were captured by the colonist. For the U.S colonies 10,000 were forced to fight, 300 were killed, 800 were wounded, and 1,000 were captured by the British.

The Battle of White Plains

October 28 1776 - July 16 1779

The location of the battle was in White Plains, New York, and the weather was heavy rain. The commander was Sir William Howe for the British, and General George Washington was the commander for the U.S colonies. 4,500 British were forced to fight, 42 men killed, 182 wounded, and 3 captured by the colonist. 1,600 colonist were forced to fight, 28 men were killed, 126 were wounded, and 16 men were captured by the British.

The Battle of Fort Washington

November 16 1776 - December 28 1779

The location of the battle was Washington Heights, Manhattan, New York. The weather was 28 degrees F and the winds were 20-30 knots, with white snow. The commanders were Sir William Howe, and Wilhelm von Knyphausen. The commanders for the U.S colonies were General George Washington, and Robert Magaw. For the British 8,000 were forced to fight, 84 were killed, 374 were wounded, and 0 were captured by the colonist. For the U.S colonies, 3,000 men were forced to fight, 59 were killed, 96 were wounded, and 2,837 were captured by the British.

The Battle of Trenton

December 26 1776 - September 3 1779

The location of the battle was in Trenton, New jersey. The weather of the battle was 20 degrees F,cloudy, with calm winds. The commander was: Johann Rall. For the U.S colonies the commander was: George Washington. For the British 1,520 men were forced to fight, 22 were killed, 86 were wounded, 906 men were captured by the colonist. For the U.S colonies 2,400 men were forced to fight, 2 men were killed, 5 were wounded, and 0 men were captured by the British.

The Battle of Princeton

January 3 1777 - June 14 1779

The Location of the battle was in Princeton, New Jersey, and the weather was clear and windy. William DeLaPlace, and Charles Mawhood were the commanders for the British, and General George Washington was the commander for the U.S colonies. For the British 1,200 were forced to fight, 100 were killed, 70 were wounded, and 280 were captured by the colonist. For the U.S colonies 4,500 men were forced to fight, 25 were killed, 40 were wounded, and 0 were captured by the British.

The Battle of Oriskany

August 6 1777 - April 24 1780

The location of the battle was in Oriskany, New York. The weather was 84 degrees F, humid and light winds. The commanders for the British were: Chief Joseph Brant, John Butler, and Sir John Johnson. The commander for the U.S colonies was: Nicholas Herkimer. For the British 500 men were for foced to fight, 95 were killed, 57 were wounded, and 10 were captured by the colonist. For the U.S colonies 800 men were forced to fight, 385 were killed, 50 were wounded, and 30 were captured by the British.

The Battle of Bennington

August 16 1777 - June 26 1780

The location of the battle was in Bennington, New York. 80 degrees F with thunder storms. The commanders for the British was: Friedrick Baum. For the U.S colonies the commander was: John Stark. For the British 1,400 men were forced to fight, 207 men were killed, 0 men were wounded, and 700 men were captured by the colonies. For the U.S colonies 2,350 men were forced to fight, 30 men were killed, 40 men were wounded, and 0 men were captured by the British.

The Battle of Brandywine

September 11 1777 - November 23 1780

The location of the battle was Near Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania. The weather was 58 degrees F with calm winds and thick fog. The commander for the British was: Sir William Howe. The commander for the U.S colonies was: George Washington. For the British 15,500 men were forced to fight, 89 men were killed, 488 men were wounded, and 6 men were captured by the British. For the U.S colonies 14,600 men were forced to fight, 300 men were killed, 600 men were wounded, and 400 men were captured by the British.

The Battle of Sarastoga (Freeman's Hill)

September 19 1777 - August 25 1778

The location of the battle was in Saratoga Country, New York. The weather at the time was 52 F and cloudy. The commander for the British army was: General John Burgoyne. The commanders for the U.S were: Benedict Arnold, Daniel Morgan, Hoatio Gates. For the British 7,200 men were forced to fight, 140 men were killed, 370 men were wounded, and 390 men were captured by the colonist. For the U.S colonies 9,000 men were forced to fight, 60 men were killed, 260 men were wounded, and 0 men were captured by the British.

The battle of Monmouth

June 28 1778 - March 29 1779

The location of the battle was in Monmouth, New Jersey. The weather was 96 degrees F, warm and humid. The commander for the British was Sir Henry Clinton. The commander for the U.S colonies was George Washington. For the British 14,500 men were forced to fight, 289 men were killed, 641 men were wounded, and 60 men were captured by the U.S colonist. For the U.S colonies 11,000 men were forced to fight, 400 men were killed, 40 men were wounded, and 22 men were captured by the British.

The Capture of Savannah

December 29 1778 - September 12 1779

The location of the battle was in Savannah, Georgia. The weather was 50-60 degrees F, and calm winds. The commander for the British was: Colonial Archibald Campbell. For the U.S colonies the commander was: Robert Howe. For the British 3,100 men were forced to fight, 7 were killed, 17 were wounded, and 0 were captured by the colonist. For the U.S colonies 850 men were forced to fight, 83 were killed, 11 were wounded, and 453 were captured by the British.

The Siege of Charleston

March 29 1780 - August 15 1782

The location of the battle was in Charleston, South Carolina. The weather was 65-70 degrees F with clear skies, but very windy. The commanders for the British were: Admiral Mariot Arbuthnot , and Sir Henry Clinton. The commander for the U.S colonies was: Benjamin Lincoln. For the British 13,500 were forced to fight, 76 were killed, 182 were wounded, and 0 were captured. For the U.S colonies 5,466 were forced to fight, 92 were killed, 148 were wounded, and 4,650 were captured.

The Battle of Camden

August 16 1780 - December 5 1782

The location of the battle was North of Camden, South Carolina. The commanders were: Banastre Tarleton, Francis Rawdon-Hastings, and Lord Charles Cornwallis. For the U.S colonies the commanders were: Horatio Gates, Johann de Kalb, and Marquis de la Rouerie. For the British 2,100 men were forced to fight, 68 men were killed, 245 wounded, and 11 men captured by the colonist. For the U.S colonies 3,700 men were forced to fight, 300 men were killed, 600 men were wounded, and 1,000 men captured by the British.

The Battle of King's Mountain

October 7 1780 - July 15 1781

The location of the battle was in King's Mountain North Carolina. The weather of the battle was 22 degrees F and 13 knots of wind. The battle was between the U.S colonist and the Loyalist. The commanders for the Loyalist was Patrick Ferguson, and the commanders were James Johnston, John Sevier, and William Champbell. For the British 1,200 men were forced to fight, 290 were killed, 163 were wounded, and 668 were captured by the colonist. For the colonist, 900 men were forced to fight, 29 were killed, 58 were wounded, and 0 were captured by the British.

The Battle of Cowpens

January 17 1781 - May 30 1782

The location of the battle was Cowpens, South Carolina. The winds at the time were 55-65 f the winds were 10 knots. The commander of the British army was: Banastre Tarleton. For the U.S the commander was: Daniel Morgan. For the British 1150 men were forced into battle, 110 men were killed, 200 men were wounded,and 712 men were captured by the colonist. For the colonies 1,912 men were forced to fight, 25 men were killed, 124 men were wounded, and 0 men were captured by the British.

The Battle of Eutaw Springs

September 8 1781 - January 30 1784

The location of the battle was in Eutawvill, South Carolina. The weather was 75-85 degrees F, with wind speeds of 15-20 knots. The commanders for the British were: Admiral Mariot Arbuthnot, and Alexander Stewart. For the U.S colonies the commander was: Nathanael Greene. For the British 2,000 men were forced to fight, 85 men were killed, 352 men were wounded, and 430 men were captured by the colonist. For the U.S colonies 2,200 men were forced to fight, 119 men were killed, 382 men were wounded, and 78 men were captured by the British.

The Battle of Yorktown

October 9 1781 - May 1784

The location of the battle was in Yorktown Virginia. The weather was 49-60 degrees F with wind speeds of 7-20 knots. The commander for the British was Charles Wallis, and the commander for the U.S colonies was General George Washington. 8980 British were forced to fight, 326 were killed, 326 were wounded, and 8,007 were captured by the colonist. For the colonist 20,000 men were forced to fight, 72 were killed, 180 were wounded, and 0 were captured by the British.