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American forces capture Dorchester Heights
American forces capture Fort Ticonderoga
American Navy established
American Post Office formed
Battle of Bennington
Battle of Brandywine Creek
Battle of Bunker Hill
Battle of Guilford Courthouse
Battle of Harlem Heights
Battle of Long Island
Battle of Saratoga
Battle of Springfield
Boston Massacre
Boston Tea Party
British capture Charleston
British defeat at Princeton
British defeat at Ridgefield
British evacuate Charleston, South Carolina
British recapture Fort Ticonderoga
British war fleet arrives at New York
British withdraw from North Carolina
Declaratory Act, America
England declares end to hostilities
G. Washington takes comman of Army
Gage orders 700 British Soldiers to Conord
House of Commons votes against further war
King George III issues proclamation
King Louis XVI of France offers help
Last British troops leave
Loyalists begin leaving America
Massachusetts militiamen fight with British
Massachusetts orders soldiers to mobilize
Meeting of First Continental Congress
New Hampshire adopts a state constitution
Peace talks begin in Paris
San Francisco is established by Spanish
Second Continental Congress
Spain declares war on England
Stamp Act
The Battle of Monmouth
The British capture Fort Moultrie
The British evacuate Savannah, Georgia
Townshend's American Import Duties Act
Treaty of Alliance
Treaty of Amity and Commerce
Treaty of Paris
United States Declaration of Independence
Washington reoccupies Trenton

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