The Battle of Princeton was a battle of the American Revolutionary War, fought near Princeton, New Jersey on January 3, 1777. Lord General Charles ...
Forty Patriots and 275 British soldiers died during ensuing Battle of Princeton. After the defeat, the Howe brothers (General William and Admiral Richard) chose ...
Learn more about the 1777 Battle of Princeton where George Washington's army defeated the British.
The Charge of the British 17th Foot at the Battle of Princeton on 3rd January 1777 in the American Revolutionary War. The previous battle of the American ...
With the main Continental Army able to threaten major British supply lines following the Battle of Princeton, Crown forces pulled back to more defensible ...
Battle of Princeton, (3 January 1777), engagement in the American Revolution. Victory at the Battle of Trenton encouraged General George Washington to seek ...
The Battle of Princeton was one more gritty, brave victory for the Americans, won on sheer determination and a bit of George Washington ingenuity.
The role of Battle of Princeton in the history of the United States of America.
Dec 1, 2016 ... The following feature originally appeared in the Dec. 6, 1976, issue of PAW, in advance of the bicentennial of the Battle of Princeton.