This compelling new series chronicles the rise of the rebellion, failures and setbacks of the colonial mission, and the ultimate comeback that resulted in the birth of a nation. Through expert interviews, re-enactments and cutting-edge animations, the series brings more than a dozen indispensable players to the front lines, like John Glover, who helped row Washington's forces across the Delaware to secure victory at Trenton. Also featured is Salem Poor, who was born into slavery but served heroically under Washington at the Battle of White Plains and Bunker Hill. Many women also answered the call, like Nancy Hart, a patriot spy who disguised herself as a man and wandered through British encampments to gather intelligence.
Runtime: 60 minutes
The American Revolution - Timeline of the American Revolution - Netflix
Timeline of the American Revolution (1760−1791) — timeline of the political upheaval in the 18th century in which Thirteen Colonies in North America joined together for independence from the British Empire, and after victory in the Revolutionary War combined to form the United States of America. The American Revolution includes political, social, and military aspects. The Revolutionary era is generally considered to have begun with the passage of the Stamp Act in 1765 and ended with the ratification of the United States Bill of Rights in 1791. The military phase of the Revolution, the American Revolutionary War, lasted from 1775 to 1783.
The American Revolution - 1770s - Netflix
Battle of Trenton (December 26) 1777 Battle of the Assunpink Creek, also known as the Second Battle of Trenton, (January 2) Battle of Princeton (January 3) Continental Army enters second winter encampment of the war at Morristown January 6 Forage War (January – March): Battle of Millstone (January 20) Battle of Drake's Farm (February 1) Battle of Quibbletown (February 8) Battle of Spanktown (February 23)
Boston Massacre (March 5) 1771 Battle of Alamance in North Carolina (May 16) 1772 Samuel Adams organizes the Committees of Correspondence Gaspee Affair (June 9) The Watauga Association in what would become Tennessee declares itself independent. 1773 Parliament passes the Tea Act (May 10) Association of the Sons of Liberty in New York published by local Sons of Liberty (December 15) Boston Tea Party (December 16) 1774 Benjamin Franklin, Massachusetts' agent in London, is questioned before Parliament Lord Dunmore's War British pass Intolerable Acts, including: Boston Port Act (March 31) Administration of Justice Act (May 20), Massachusetts Government Act (May 20), A second Quartering Act (June 2), and Quebec Act
The Powder Alarm, General Gage's secret raid on the Cambridge powder magazine (September 1) The First Continental Congress meets; twelve colonies send delegates Burning of the HMS Peggy Stewart (October 19) Petition to the King (October 26) Greenwich Tea Party (December 22) 1775
Two Battles of Saratoga (September 19 and October 7) conclude with the surrender of the British army under General Burgoyne. Battle of Red Bank (October 22) Articles of Confederation adopted by the Second Continental Congress (November 15) Capture of Fort Mifflin, (November 16) and Fort Mercer, (November 18) Battle of White Marsh (December 5 – December 8) Battle of Matson's Ford (December 11) 1777–1778 – Continental Army in third winter quarters at Valley Forge (December 19 – June 19) 1778 Treaty of Amity and Commerce and Treaty of Alliance with France (February 6) Battle of Barren Hill (May 20) British occupation of Philadelphia ends (June) Battle of Monmouth (June 28) Capture of Savannah (December 28) British successfully launch their southern strategy 1778–1779 – Majority of Continental Army in fourth winter quarters at Middlebrook encampment (November 30 – June 3) 1778-1779 - Major General Israel Putnam choses Redding Connecicut as his winter encampment to keep an eye on the storehouses in Danbury, Connecticut 1779 Siege of Fort Vincennes (February 23–25) Tryon's raid (July 3 - July 14) Tryon's division lands in East Haven, Connecticut,met with spirited resistance from a band of local militia, take Black Rock Fort (July 5) Battle of Fairfield Destroy 54 barns, 47 storehouses, burned 83 homes, two churches, and municipal buildings including a schoolhouse, the courthouse and the local jail (July 7) Battle of Norwalk weakly opposed by about 50 local militia, easily dispersed. The destruction of the village and its commercial infrastructure destroyed (July 11)