Rev. war battles by cole and dylan

A FAILURE

Battles

the battles of lexington and concord

4/19/1775 - 4/20/1775

In the battle of lexington And concord the colinies won by being ready for the British and then the British retreated.

the battle of bunker hill

6/17/1775 - 6/18/1775

At the battle of bunker hill British troops were alerted of Americans coming the engaged th Americans 3 time on their third time pushing them back to bunker hill and soon the Americans were defeated.

the battle of White Plains

10/28/1776 - 11/1/1776

this battle took place at New York and was a great battle in my opinion.

the battle of Fort Washington

11/16/1776 - 11/19/1776

This battle was a war in the American Revolution, the British won in the end.

the capture of Savannah

12/29/1778 - 3/3/1779

this battle was a fine battle, in the end the British won and remained on the control of the savanna after the failure of the attack of the joint American- French

the siege of Charleston

3/29/1780 - 5/12/1780

The British one because they outnumbered the Americans.

important leaders

Battle of lexington and concord's important leaders

1775 - 4/20/1775

Americans: John Parker James Barret William Heath, British Francis Smith John Pitcairn.

important leaders of bunker hill

6/15/1775 - 6/20/1775

American :Isreal Putnam William Prescott Joseph Warren British: William Howe Sir Robert Pigot Samuel Graves.

the important leaders in the battle of White plains

10/28/1776 - 11/1/1776

the important leaders in the battle of White Plains are George Washington, Alexander McDougall, and Joseph Spencer for the Americans. here are the important leader for the British, William Howe

the important leaders in the battle of Fort Washington

11/16/1776 - 11/19/1776

in the battle of Fort Washington the important leaders are George Washington, Robert Magaw, Nathanael Greene, William Howe, Wilhelm von Knyphausen, and Hugh Percy

the important leaders for the capture of savannah

12/29/1778 - 3/3/1779

the important leader for the Americans is Robert Howe. for the British, he is Archibald Campbell

Charleston important leaders

3/29/1780 - 5/12/1780

American: Benjamin Lincoln British: Sir Henry Clinton Charles Cornwallis

causalties

Casualties of the battle of lexington

1775 - 4/20/1775

Americans: 49 killed 39 wounded 5 missing, British: 73 killed 173 wounded 53 missing.

causalties of bunker hill

6/15/1775 - 6/20/1775

American: 115 killed 305 wounded 30 captured British: 226 killed 828 wounded.

the casualties for the battle of White Plains

10/28/1776 - 11/1/1776

these are the casualties for the Americans, McDougall: 28 killed, 126 wounded, 16 captured, Spencer: 22 killed, 24 wounded, 1 missing, Total: 50 killed, 150 wounded, 17 captured or missing for the Americans. this is for the British, 47 killed, 182 wounded, 4 missing

the casualties of the battle of Fort Washington

11/16/1776 - 11/19/1776

in the battle of Fort Washington some casualties happened, here they are, 59 killed, 96 wounded, 2,837 captured for the Americans. here are the British casualties, 84 killed and 374 wounded

the casualties for the capture of savannah

12/29/1778 - 3/3/1779

the casualties for the Americans are 83 killed, 11 wounded and
453 captured. for the British, they are 7 killed and 17 wounded

causalties of Charleston

3/29/1780 - 5/12/1780

Americans: 92 killed 148 killed 5266 captured British: 76 killed 182 wounded British: