Revolutionary war battles

Causes of The Revolutionary War, with battles and video clips loaded on most!

All aspects of the American Revolutionary War from battles to causes to first hand accounts are covered in this section

Fighting for Independence Interactive Notebook, which works for both print and Google Drive™, investigates and helps gain understanding of of several important battles of the Revolutionary War and how Americans handled the hardships with some help from other nations. Geared as a unit in the 5th grade study of United States History.

Fighting for Independence Interactive Notebook

Fighting for Independence Interactive Notebook, which works for both print and Google Drive™, investigates and helps gain understanding of of several important battles of the Revolutionary War and how Americans handled the hardships with some help from other nations. Geared as a unit in the 5th grade study of United States History.

After entering the American Revolutionary War on the colonies' side in 1779, Spain drew off British forces to the south, then crushed them, first in Louisiana and Alabama, and finally with a combined naval and land assault at the Battle of Pensacola in 1781. (Nicolas Ponce/Library of Congress)

After entering the American Revolutionary War on the colonies' side in 1779, Spain drew off British forces to the south, then crushed them, first in Louisiana and Alabama, and finally with a combined naval and land assault at the Battle of Pensacola in 1781. (Nicolas Ponce/Library of Congress)

Conrad Heyer, this picture was taken circa 1852. He was approximately 103 when photographed, having been born in 1749. He was reportedly the first white child born in Waldoboro, Maine, then a German immigrant community. He served in the Continental Army under George Washington during the Revolutionary War, crossing the Delaware with him and fighting in other major battles.

The World’s First Eyewitness?

Conrad Heyer was born in 1749 and was 103 when he was photographed, He was the earliest born man in history to have been photographed. Heyer crossed the Delaware River with George Washington in

Here's a map of the many key battles in South Carolina, throughout the Revolutionary War. Some of the battles are, Charlestown, Camden, and Cowpens. These battles could be labeled major battles or turning points in the American Revolution.

This map is showing battles of American Revolutionary War. I would like to also add that more battles and skirmishes of the Revolutionary War were fought in South Carolina than any other state.

Wise minds learning the Revolutionary War battles using our easy-to-use hands-on activities. Exploring Where & Why engages & challenges students!

Wise minds learning the Revolutionary War battles using our easy-to-use hands-on activities. Exploring Where & Why engages & challenges students!

Wonderful Life Farm: Revolutionary War Battle Reenactment

Wonderful Life Farm: Revolutionary War Battle Reenactment

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