Andrzej Tadeusz Bonawentura Kościuszko was born on February 4, 1746, in Mereczowszczyna, Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, which is in present day...
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One of the most unsung heroes of the war and the stuff of which legends are made of was the six and a half foot tall Peter Francisco known both as the...
This page describes the heroic actions and achievements of two of the Revolutionary War's most accomplished generals: Henry Knox and Nathanael Greene.
Militia, Minutemen, and Continentals: The American Military Force in the American Revolution
Learn about the militia, minutemen, and Continental soldiers that made up the American fighting force in the Revolution.
The Guilford Battleground Company
"Guilford Courthouse [National Military Park], the first Revolutionary War battlefield set aside as a national park, is important not only for the...
Henry Lee III
Henry Lee III or, as he was referred to after the American Revolution, “Light-Horse” Harry Lee, was one of George Washington’s most tenacious cavalry...
In 1776 the British hired German troops to help supplement their army in the war against America. At this time though, Germany was not a unified...
Guilford Courthouse | Mar 15, 1781
BATTLE MAPS | The American Battlefield Trust's maps of The Battle of Guilford Courthouse, North Carolina on March 15, 1781
This page describes the Battle of Guildford Court House, a pyrrhic British victory in the Southern theater of the Revolutionary War.
Divide and Conquer
With a common enemy, backwoods hunters and fighters united to chase down Redcoat Major Patrick Ferguson and his Loyalist army. Trekking more than 300...