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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Starboard Cafe | www.starboardcafe.com | A Free Cruise Vacation Design Resource :-) Washington Crosses the Delaware December 25, 1776 through December 26,1776 New Jersey side of Delaware This was an attack because Washington's troopswanted to catch the Hessians by surprise. The Hessians were impacted bylosing one thousand men beingkilled or captured. The Hessians were amercenary army. Mercenaryarmies are hired peoplethat are only fighting for money. Other Outcomes - Death by crossing river- Hessians could have attacked earlier than expected- Hessians could have shot crossed the river- Hessians could have been more prepared Dates VS. Valley Forge Where Why Who was Impacted? Who was the enemy? Bibliography Type of Army December 19, 1777 through June 19, 1778 Pennsylvania George Washington and his soldiersbecause they became sick and weak dueto lack of resources. General Howe's British army. -If Washington pulled back earlier than he did then general Howe's British armycould have started moving toward New Jerseywhen nobody saw it coming. So Washington could keep an eye on General Howe's army and make sure he wouldn't attack New Jersey. General Howe- commander in chiefof entire British army. Summary of Events Even though there wasn't a battle that occurred at Valley Forge this is still a very important in what happened during the Revolutionary War. Valley Forge was from December 19, 1777 to June 19, 1778. The soldiers at Valley Forge were led there by General George Washington so that they could watch over General Howes British army. The soldiers were becoming sick and weak, but because of the weather no resources were able to be brought to them. Food was starting to run out and most soldiers were being exposed to the harsh cold from tearing clothes and losing their clothes. It wasn't until March when supplies were able to go to Valley Forge to help them heal up and eat a good meal. Once it had it exactly six months of the extreme experience in Valley Forge the army and George Washington had decided to go back to New Jersey as an army other than a rebellion they had started as. Washingtons troops were tired of having the Patriots lose against the British, so Washington devised a plan. On Christmas night, his troops crossed the icy Delaware river and snuck up behind a group of partying Hessians, careful not to be seen. Washingtons troops stayed hidden until the next day. The Hessians were not feeling great, having partied the night before. Then at about eight in the morning, Washingtons troops sprung the surprise attack, capturing 1,000 Hessians. This is when the Patriots finally werent losing anymore and it sure made a statement to Britain. Works Cited5. Head, David. "Hessians." George Washington's Mount Vernon. Mount Vernon Ladies' Association, 2015. Web. 15 Jan. 2015. <http://www.mountvernon.org/research-collections/digital-encyclopedia/article/hessians/>.1,7. "Washington Crosses the Delaware." History.com. A&E Television Networks, 2014. Web. 13 Jan. 2015. <http://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/washington-crosses-the-delaware>.3. "Why Did Washington Cross the Delaware?" The Historic Present. N.p., 05 Oct. 2009. Web. 15 Jan. 2015. <https://thehistoricpresent.wordpress.com/2009/10/05/why-did-washington-cross-the-delaware/>.6. "Mercenary." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, n.d. Web. 16 Jan. 2015.2,4,8. "Washington Crosses the Delaware." History.com. A&E Television Networks, n.d. Web. 13 Jan. 2015.J. "Crossing the Delaware: General George Washington and Primary Sources." Teaching with the Library of Congress. N.p., n.d. 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Similarities - Both expeditions were led by General George Washington- Both involved spying on the enemy- People died in both
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