The Episode That Wouldn't Die.
Direct Link: 026- Turning South
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It was bound to happen eventually. The episode is written but I haven't gotten a chance to record it yet. Should be up tomorrow.
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After Saratoga the French joined the war, the British changed strategies and Washington's army spent a miserable winter at Valley Forge.
Direct Link: 025- Valley Forge
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Gentleman Johnny's Party Train ran into some trouble in 1777.
Direct Link: 024- Saratoga
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With the revolution on the line, George Washginton led his army to victory at Trenton. Unfortunately he would be unable to stop the British from taking Philadelphia in 1777.
Direct Link: 23- Crossing the Delaware
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When in the course of human events...
Direct Link: 22a- Supplemental: The Declaration of Independence
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The American colonies declared independence in July 1776. Then their armies got chased around New York.
Direct Link: 22- Independence
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Thought I'd keep this at the top of the page for a bit. New episodes below!
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After the skirmishes at Lexington and Concord, war between Britain and the colonies broke out. George Washington was appointed commander-in-chief and laid siege to Boston.
Direct Link: 021- The Guns of Ticonderoga
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The Boston Tea Party led Parliament to pass the Intolerable Acts in 1774. The colonists were really super not amused.
Direct Link: The Boston Tea Party
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