The War Moves West and South Chapter 6 Section 3 Native Americans sided with the British
British seemed less of a threat Americans pushed westward and threatened the Native American way of life George Rogers Clark American who set out to end the
British attacks on Western settlers Sails down the Ohio River in an attempt to end British attacks Clark and his troops are victorious at Vicennes Battle of Vincennes
This victory strengthen the American position in the West Naval Blockades The British used blockades to prevent supplies and reinforcements (troops) from
reaching the Continental Army Privateers Americans that privately owned merchant ships and equipped them with weapons They attacked British ships
They captured more British at sea than the American navy did. John Paul Jones Most famous Privateer Commander of the ship Bonhomme
Richard Said I have not yet begun to fight. in response to the British Captain of the Serapis when asked whether he wished to surrender. Serapis surrenders to John Paul Jones
British Strategy Hard-hitting offensive style of fighting Used in an attempt to finish the war and bring the colonies back into the empire
Fighting in the South General Henry Clinton sends 3,500 British troops to Savannah, Georgia The British occupy the city and overran most of the state
Battle of Charles Town Charleston, South Carolina 1780 Worse American defeat of the war General Clinton (B) attacks the port of Charles Town
General Charles Cornwallis Takes over Command of the British forces in the South The armies of General Horatio Gates (A) and Cornwallis (B) meet at Camden, South Carolina in 1781 British winbut could not control the
area he conquered Patriots Victories Kings Mountain, South Carolina September 1780 Patriots force British and Loyalist to retreat
Victory brought new support for independence Guerrilla Warfare
American style of fighting Hit and run technique of fighting It caught the British off guard Very successful style of fighting
The Swamp Fox Francis Marion Used guerilla warfare to win battles in the south http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=UT9ZmqbVYRk&feature=related
British retreat to Virginia Charles Cornwallis (B) retreats north back up to Virginia Sets up camp in Yorktown, on the Virginia coast Was waiting for supplies from the
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