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On this day in 1752, a distant cousin of George Washington is born in Virginia. William Washington would serve as an officer in the Continental Army throughout the American Revolution. Can you believe that this Washington once tricked a group of more than 100 Loyalists into surrendering their position, despite the fact that he had no artillery? Surely those Loyalists felt pretty silly once they realized they’d been fooled! Washington was present early in the war as Americans were chased out…

This Day in History: William Washington, a Patriot lost in his cousin’s shadow

American Revolutionary War - Continental Army Toob

American Revolutionary War - Continental Army Toob

A reproduction French 1766 Charleville Infantry Flintlock Musket.  France provided tens of thousands of these muskets to the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War.  With the drilling of a vent hole, the musket will be exactly like the originals and will be fire ready.

The Charleyville 1776 model. This was distributed widely amongst the Colonists during the Revolutionary War. It was a 69 cal but troops fired This was due to the corrosive nature of black powder.

George Washington accepting command of the Continental Army, lithograph by Currier & Ives. circa 1876

British & American Strategies in the Revolutionary War

George Washington accepting command of the Continental Army, lithograph by Currier & Ives. circa 1876

George Washington Is Appointed Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army by the Second Continental Congress

George Washington Is Appointed Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army by the Second Continental Congress

They're not wrong. Godzilla had absolutely no interest in assisting the continental army.

Actually, this is wrong. As everyone knows, George Washington was secretly a woman. Not only that but she was a human descendant of the same chaos entity that made Godzilla. They kept in touch all her life.

So I love Henry Knox always have. Basically the beginning of the war the continental army had little to no artillery. Not that it would help if they did have it. No one really knew how to use it; and there’s Henry Knox a young, tall (he’s like 6...

So I love Henry Knox always have. Basically the beginning of the war the continental army had little to no artillery. Not that it would help if they did have it. No one really knew how to use it; and there’s Henry Knox a young, tall (he’s like 6...

George Washington - Revolutionary War | In May of 1775, the Second Continental Congress convened in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Washington volunteer for military service and was selected to be the commander-in-chief of the Continental Army in the American Revolution. In 1776, he was successful in forcing the British out of Boston; but, he later lost New York City to the British. He crossed the Delaware River and defeated the British and retook New Jersey.

10 Amazing Facts about George Washington

George Washington - Revolutionary War | In May of 1775, the Second Continental Congress convened in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Washington volunteer for military service and was selected to be the commander-in-chief of the Continental Army in the American Revolution. In 1776, he was successful in forcing the British out of Boston; but, he later lost New York City to the British. He crossed the Delaware River and defeated the British and retook New Jersey.

American Revolutionary War - Ancestor William Abel served in the 4th Troop, 1st Regiment of the New Jersey Dragoons.

The Battle of Yorktown was the final battle of the American Revolution. British troops were surrounded by American troops and eventually surrendered. This battle was victorious for American Troops and marked the beginning of our country's independence.

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