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Gregg Giasson US History Period B YOU ARE THERE The most important event in US History in my opinion would be Washingtons escape from the British Army at New York This event changed the course of US History because it was the closest the movement for freedom came to being crushed It all started when Washington and his army were waiting for the British on Long Island He expected the British to launch a full frontal assault He did not look at his flanks and was heavily dug in This would be where the US defeated the British for good or died trying Unfortunately the British did not come up the front they instead launched a small frontal attack while sending men to the flank Washingtons army curled up they had no place to go and this was the end for the United States Somehow though the British didnt press the attack and Washington managed to slip off the island at night without the Red Coats seeing him I chose the battle of Long Island because it was where America was saved from the brink of disaster If Washington had failed to get the Army off at night or the British had pressed the attack poof no America It may have not been the bloodiest it may not have been the most exciting but it certainly was the most important date in American History In my opinion Samual Adams was the most important man in American history There may be a lot of men that are better known but they all came because of the great rabble-rouser himself Without men like Sammy there would have been no American Revolution In Boston Samual Adams was one of the influential people that started the Sons of Liberty Without them nobody would have stolen the ballast from a British ship or raided Fort William-Mary If those hadnt been stolen the British
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