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The Battle of Princeton was a battle of the American Revolutionary War, fought near Princeton, New Jersey on January 3, 1777. General Lord Cornwallis had left  ...

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Forty Patriots and 275 British soldiers died during ensuing Battle of Princeton. After the defeat, the Howe brothers (General William and Admiral Richard) chose  ...

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The American victory at the Battle of Princeton (January 3, 1777) was one of the most consequential of the American Revolution. George Washington and his ...

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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 ...

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With the main Continental Army able to threaten major British supply lines following the Battle of Princeton, Crown forces pulled back to more defensible ...

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The Battle of Princeton was a classic meeting engagement, both sides stumbled into one another, and neither expected to fight on the ground where the battle ...

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Battle of Princeton, (3 January 1777), engagement in the American Revolution. Victory at the Battle of Trenton encouraged General George Washington to seek  ...

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The role of Battle of Princeton in the history of the United States of America.

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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.