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Battle of Brandywine

An end run had put General Sir William Howe in position to take Philadelphia--but first he had to fight his way through General George Washington's Continental Army.
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Battle of Bennington

The left prong of Lt. Gen. John Burgoyne's invasion of New York found itself caught up in a most costly sideshow.
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Invasion of Canada During the American Revolutionary War

On the night of December 30, 1775, after months of hardship and perseverance against heavy odds, the forces of Brig. Gen. Richard Montgomery and Colonel Benedict Arnold were at last poised to take Quebec. Then a single British cannon shot caused their plan to unravel.
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Battle of Princeton

Facing Maj. Gen. George Washington's army at Assunpink Creek on January 2, 1777, Lt. Gen. Charles Cornwallis expected to 'bag the fox' the following day, but the next morning brought an unpleasant surprise--the fox had vanished.
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Battle of Stony Point

Relying on cold steel and the cover of darkness, General Anthony Wayne's elite Light Corps seized British-held Stony Point, New York, in one of the most daring operations of the Revolutionary War.
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Battle of Blue Licks

Against the good advice of Daniel Boone, a hotheaded major caused the bloodiest tragedy ever for the Kentucky frontier militia.