December 26, 1776
december 26 1776 and then princeton was fought on january 3 1777
it wasn't, the Battle of Trenton was!
you konow happened was that i am looking for the same answer so dont ask
The Battle of Trenton took place in Trenton, New Jersey during the American Revolutionary War. The result was an American victory. The Battle of Princeton took place on January 3, 1777 in Princeton, New Jersey. This was also an American victory.
George Washington led the Continental army during the battle of Saratoga and the battle of Trenton. George Washingtonled the Continental army during the battle of Saratoga and the battle of Trenton.
If you are asking about the French and Indian war. He didn't win any and may have helped start the war. In the American Revolution he lost the first few but after Trenton he began to win and won the final battle ( with the help of the French) at Yorktown.
Trenton and Princeton.
December 1776 - January 1777
Its the same thing. Its called the battle of Princeton and Trenton
After the Battle of Trenton, the Battle of Princeton occurred.
Princeton and Trenton are both somewhat major cities in central New Jersey. Trenton is the capital of NJ and is home to the Trenton Thunder AA baseball team. Princeton is a 30-min. car ride away, featuring Princeton University and Drumthwacket, the governor's mansion. Both were home to Revolutionary War battles in which the US won. I highly recommend visiting Princeton for one reason or another.
George Washington and the Continental Army.
The victory at Trenton, followed by that at Princeton, restored the morale of the Americans, bore the capture of some 918 Hessian's at Trenton and about 400 British at Princeton and make the British to give up further military action for that year. Last but not least, following those victories, the Congress returned to Philadelphia from Baltimore.
Battles fought in New Jersey included the Battle of Princeton and the Battle of Trenton. The latter was fought after and as a result of Washington's famous crossing of the Delaware River.
Yes, they were.