The Continental Army was formed by the Second Continental Congress after the
outbreak of the American Revolutionary War .... Popular support for the war
reached an all-time low, and Washington had t...
The retreat was a low point in the Revolutionary War for the Continental Army.
Washington's force was too small to defend the inhabitants of New Jersey. With
While Howe's forces settled into winter quarters in Philadelphia, the Continental
Army went into winter quarters at Valley Forge. There, the army faced ...
The waning days of 1776 were the low point of the American Revolution and it ...
the day Tudor wrote to Delia, Washington's army crossed the Delaware River ...
At several points in the Revolution, it seemed likely that the American patriots
would ... Even though the British defeated a Continental army at Brandywine
Creek in ... The year 1780 represented one of the lowest points in the patriot
The American Revolution · Share Your ... Cold, hunger, and sickness marked the
Continental Army's stay at Valley Forge in Pennsylvania. Today, Valley ...
American spirits reached a low point during the harsh winter of 1777-78. British
The turning point in the Revolutionary War began as a plan by the British to ... By
the time Burgoyne reached Fort Edward, they were running low on supplies. ...
Washington's Continental Army retreated to York and prevented Howe from ...
The year 1780 was perhaps the lowest point in the American struggle to win ...
overland to join up with the Continental Army near White Plains, New York.
Learn more: Forging a Nation, an Overview of the Revolutionary War ... war.
Learn more: The Fighting Man of the Continental Army .... Later in the war, when
voluntary enlistments were low, various states offered freedom to slaves who
fought. ... was indeed a turning point of sorts for the Continental Army under
An unordered 'shot heard around the world' begins the American Revolution. ....
Congress appoints him as a major general in the Continental Army. ...
Washington sets up headquarters at West Point, New York. ... The British, low on
supplies, are forced to steal from any Americans they encounter, thus enraging