The American Revolutionary War (1775–1783) George Washington, Valley Forge

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Valley Forge was one of the hardest battles marked in the war. It was in the Winter of The winter was so hard that sometimes soldiers didn't have any shoes or shirts. They camped out at Valley Forge. They survived that winter and moved on.

Cornwallis's Army in American Revolutionary War

AWI British: British soldiers at the battle of Guilford Courthouse, 15 March 1781 Source article in Military Modeling

Subjects of the Crown Britian's final show of strength in Williamsburg, Virginia. Sunner, 1781

AWI British: Subjects Of The Crown, by Henry Kidd. Britian's final show of strength in Williamsburg, Virginia.

Loyalists were American colonists who were loyal to British crown during the American Revolutionary War. Many Loyalists were wealthy merchants and former officials of the royal government. Most Loyalists lived in the Middle Colonies and the South than New England. Sir Henry Clinton hoped that if British troops went through South, Loyalists would join them. Loyalists were part of one of the best armies in the world (at the time).

Loyalist were colonist that were loyal to the British during the Revolutionary War. The colonist remained loyal to the ruler. Loyalist continued to believe that the British would win the war.

Revolutionary War Timeline (1775-1783)  infographic

I like the layout of this timeline. Revolutionary War Timeline – Events of The American Revolution. My biggest complaint is it neglects the critical Battle of Saratoga, which is the reason the French signed the alliance in the first place.

Sons of Liberty - Well, those in Boston anyway. There were similar organizations scattered throughout the Thirteen Colonies in the years leading up to the American Revolutionary War, and, yes, "Sons of Liberty" was a common name ;)

Sons of Liberty - Well, those in Boston anyway. There were similar organizations scattered throughout the Thirteen Colonies in the years leading up to the American Revolutionary War, and, yes, "Sons of Liberty" was a common name ;

Terrific website where students can learn facts, get ideas for activities, and take interactive quizzes on the American Revolution.

US website where students can learn facts, get ideas for activities, and take interactive quizzes on the American Revolution. This picture, for instance, shows a timeline of significant events leading up to and during the Revolution.

Revolutionary War Battles

Revolutionary War Battles: America's war for independence began on April when the first shots were fired at Lexington and Concord in Massachusetts.

Turtle (submersible) - The first submarine used in the US Revolutionary War

The first submarine known to have been used in war): the Turtle Model at the Royal Navy Submarine Museum was used unsuccessfully during the Revolutionary War.

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