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Chapter 6-pgs 174-180

Chapter 6-pgs 174-180 - A.P US Mods 6/7/8 Notes for pgs...

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A.P. US Artem Kholodenko Mods 6/7/8 0109 Notes for pgs. 174-180
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George Washington War in Earnest Washington Conducts a   Successful Evacuation Massive Troop Loss Battles Won Battle of Trenton Loyalists Pushed Out of New   Jersey & Other States - His presence inspired soldiers due to his height of 6’2” and  powerful presence - Began at 22 with command of a Virginia regiment against the  French in Ohio Valley and lost the 1 st  battle - His courage was famous due to battles a year later when his  clothing was shot through and horses under him killed; he learned  form his military mistakes giving him victories later - He resigned in 1758 when the Virg. Borders were safe and  became a planter as well as a member of the House of  Burgesses where he became influential, as well as in the  Continental Congress; he became the head of the Continental  Army - In March 1776 the British evacuated from Boston to New York 
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