victory<br />
Better trained<br />As the colonists emerged from their winter camps, they now had the training and the confidence they ne...
To the south<br />Through 1779, the focus of the war shifted from the Middle Atlantic colonies into the Southern colonies....
To the south<br />This would be especially difficult for the Continental Army because they would be fighting primarily oth...
To the south<br />Many southerners saw themselves as transplanted Englishmen and did not want to give up the life that the...
To the south<br />The English had a number of early victories in the south at places such as Savannah, Georgia, Camden, So...
To the south<br />Victories by the Continental Army at Kings Mountain on the border of the Carolinas and at Cowpens in the...
success<br />Lord Cornwallis, leader of the English troops, took his army north into Virginia, and set up camp at Yorktown...
success<br />The Marquis de Lafayette, whose numbers were much smaller than those of Cornwallis, positioned his troops so ...
success<br />Washington saw this as an opportunity to pin the English in and raced down from the north to join Lafayette.<...
success<br />The French navy arrived from New York and set up a blockade of Yorktown in the Atlantic Ocean, thereby cuttin...
success<br />When the English navy arrived to try and help Cornwallis, the French succeeded in turning the tables and inst...
success<br />In October, 1781, Washington started to use both American and French artillery on Yorktown and the English po...
success<br />On October 19, 1781, Cornwallis realized that his position was hopeless and decided it was best to surrender ...
success<br />The War for American Independence had come to a close militarily, but true independence would not become real...
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  1. 1. victory<br />
  2. 2. Better trained<br />As the colonists emerged from their winter camps, they now had the training and the confidence they needed to defeat the British.<br />
  3. 3. To the south<br />Through 1779, the focus of the war shifted from the Middle Atlantic colonies into the Southern colonies.<br />
  4. 4. To the south<br />This would be especially difficult for the Continental Army because they would be fighting primarily other colonists who had remained loyal to King George III.<br />
  5. 5. To the south<br />Many southerners saw themselves as transplanted Englishmen and did not want to give up the life that they had become accustomed to exchange “one tyrant 3,000 miles away for 3,000 tyrants one mile away.”<br />
  6. 6. To the south<br />The English had a number of early victories in the south at places such as Savannah, Georgia, Camden, South Carolina, and Charleston, South Carolina.<br />
  7. 7. To the south<br />Victories by the Continental Army at Kings Mountain on the border of the Carolinas and at Cowpens in the same area set the stage for the final campaign.<br />
  8. 8. success<br />Lord Cornwallis, leader of the English troops, took his army north into Virginia, and set up camp at Yorktown, a city on the peninsula between the York and James Rivers.<br />
  9. 9. success<br />The Marquis de Lafayette, whose numbers were much smaller than those of Cornwallis, positioned his troops so that Cornwallis could not escape by land.<br />
  10. 10. success<br />Washington saw this as an opportunity to pin the English in and raced down from the north to join Lafayette.<br />
  11. 11. success<br />The French navy arrived from New York and set up a blockade of Yorktown in the Atlantic Ocean, thereby cutting off Cornwallis’ retreat by sea.<br />
  12. 12. success<br />When the English navy arrived to try and help Cornwallis, the French succeeded in turning the tables and instead sent the English away.<br />
  13. 13. success<br />In October, 1781, Washington started to use both American and French artillery on Yorktown and the English position.<br />
  14. 14. success<br />On October 19, 1781, Cornwallis realized that his position was hopeless and decided it was best to surrender to Washington.<br />
  15. 15. success<br />The War for American Independence had come to a close militarily, but true independence would not become reality until 1783 and the Treaty of Paris.<br />

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