Ethan Allen was an American Revolutionary fighter who helped found Vermont. He lived from January 21, 1738 and died on February 12, 1789. He was born in Litchfield, CT, and died in Burlington, VT. Ethan Allen had a big family that, grew up in Vermont. Ethan died of a stroke at age 52, on his Winooski River homestead. Also when he died, he died with the title of the patriotic leader of the Green Mnt.
The battle was between the British and America/Oneida. It was at this point that the Oneida became known as the first allies, because they were the first to take the side of America in the Revolutionary War. The Battle of Oriskany took place in New York by the creek of Oriskany, on August 6, 1777. Tyonajanegen rode into the battle on a horse with two pistols. She fought for six bloody hours next to her husband, Yerry, and son, Cornelius.
Asia Fraker Mr. Rollins History 10 In this paper the focus of this paper will be Thomas Gage and what happened in his life. I will be going over the impact his life had on the Revolutionary war and what difference he made. Let’s get into a brief introduction of who he has, what he did, and why it mattered or had such a big out come on the revolutionary war. He was a British commander for more than 10 years from 1763 to 1774. He was in control of around 16000 men.
Henry Knox had a huge impact on the Revolutionary War for many reasons and here are just some of them. Henry Knox was born in Boston Massachusetts on July 25, 1750. His education was Boston Latin School. His job before the war was a clerk in a Boston Bookstore. He had a very important relationship with General George Washington, as Knox was his secretary of war.
The town of Yorktown was founded in 1691 and is mostly known for the battle that occurred on the lands. On September 28, the battle of yorktown takes place in Virginia. George Washington and General Nathanael Greene were in command of the American Force and the British were led by General Charles Cornwallis. One of many significant battles in the revolutionary War, however this one ended the war. The Americans and French were able to surround the British.
Lewis was born on Aug 18 1774 grew up near Charlottesville VA on locust hill with his parents William and Lucy Meriwether. Lewis´s father died while serving in the continental army in 1779 so Lewis´s mother married John marks then relocated to georgia where he spent 7 years there and developed a love for the wilderness. In 1801 near Ivy Virginia Lewis was asked by President Thomas Jefferson to be his personal secretary he shaped our country 's past he explored the west of america and made contact with Native americans he died on October 11 1809 he killed himself. Lewis was raised by Lucy meriwether and John marks (William Meriwether dies while serving the continental army) Lewis went to Washington and lee university until the age
The Battle of Trenton. As soon as George Washington’s famous Delaware River crossing, he and the Continental Army marched into Trenton, New Jersey.This March included horses, guns, wagons, and soldiers. The group stretched for nearly a mile long. They were ready to start a new battle. The Battle of Trenton had many different causes, leaders, events and effects that impacted the Revolutionary War drastically.
The Battles of Lexington and Concord are memorable because they were the beginning of the storied Revolutionary War. The battles took place on April 19, 1775, in eastern Massachusetts and many individuals on each side of the battle have left a strong influence our country today in their own separate ways. Among those people include the three famous riders Paul Revere, Samuel Prescott and William Dawes along with the well-known physician Dr. Joseph Warren. Revere, being the most famous out of the five, was the man who warned all locals that the British army was approaching. As the British set out for Lexington on April 18, 1775, General Thomas Gage had an American defeat in his mind (Kent 10).
William Clark was known for the great Lewis and Clark Expedition. He was born on August 1,1770 in Caroline County, Virginia, and died on September 1, 1838. He lived with his father, William Clark III; his mother, Ann Rogers Clark; and his older brother, George Rogers Clark, who was Revolutionary war hero. At the age of nineteen, Clark entered the military. He first served in the militia and then entered the U.S. Army.
In 1775, he was named commander in chief of the Continental Army in the American uprising. In his first battle, he was able to box the British out of Boston, but later that year he was almost captured when he lost New York City. During every battle he rode in the front never in the back because he wanted to show his troops that they were all in this together. Geography played an important part in the American Revolution. Americans also known as Patriots knew the land very well.
His mother, Victoria, died when was was twelve and his sister Abigail died several years later. Calvin graduated with honors in 1895, with his astonishing grades in his last two years. went to Amherst College in Massachusetts and then at a law firm in Northampton. He was a member of the Republican Club as well as the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity. He opened his very own law office in 1898.
Born on November 11, 1744 in the early Massachusetts colony in Weymouth, Abigail Smith was the second of four children of William Smith, a Congregational minister, and his wife, Elizabeth Quincy. Growing up, Abigail Smith educated herself while spending time at her grandmother’s house in English, French, and history by reading an immense amount. In 1764, she married John Adams, a lawyer, and became Abigail Adams. At the time, Abigail was nineteen years old and John was twenty eight. Abigail then moved with her husband to his farm in Braintree, Massachusetts which he inherited from his father.