The Revolution examines how disagreements in Boston over taxes led to the beginning of the American Revolution. It looks at the Stamp Act, the Boston Massacre, the Boston Tea Party, the First Continental Congress, Paul Revere's Ride, and the Battles of Lexington and Concord.
The Revolution looks at the early stages of the revolutionary war including Ethan Allen and the capture of Fort Ticonderoga, the military appointment of George Washington, the Battle of Bunker Hill, and the Siege and later British evacuation of Boston.
The Revolution looks at the early phases on the American Revolution including Thomas Paine, the British campaign in New York, the writing of the Declaration of Independence, and the Battle of Long Island.
The Revolution examines the early parts of the American Revolution and looks at the flagging morale of the continental army and how some generals began to question Washington's leadership abilities after a few of his early losses. Eventually, Washington is able to silence his skeptics by crossing the Delaware and defeating the Hessian soldiers at Trenton.
The Revolution examines Franklin's diplomatic efforts in France, Burgoyne campaign to take the Hudson River, and Howe's campaign against Philadelphia. It also looks at the British victory at Brandywine, the American victory at Saratoga, and the entry of France into the War.
The Revolution examines Washington's winter at Valley Forge focusing on Von Steuben's training and Nathanael Greene's supplying of the Continental Army. It also looks at John Paul Jones's victories over the British navy and the Battle of Monmouth.
The Revolution examines the British invasion of the southern states during the war. It looks at Clinton's siege of Charleston, British efforts to recruit slaves in the south, Banastre Tarleton attack at Monck's Corner, and Benjamin Lincoln's surrender of Charleston.
The Revolution examines the conflict in the southern states. It looks at Banastre Tarleton's role in the Waxhaw Massacre, the battle between Horatio Gates and Charles Cornwallis at Camden, and the battle of Cowpens where Daniel Morgan decisively defeated Tarleton.
The Revolution examines the signing of the Treaty of Paris, Washington's suppressing of the Newburgh Conspiracy against the Colonial government, the evacuation of New York, George Washington's return to Mount Vernon, the political and economic chaos following the war, and the writing of the Constitution.