What Happened in Mar 1776

  • Battle Of Nassau

    The Battle of Nassau (March 2 – March 3, 1776) was a naval action and amphibious assault by American forces against British-occupied Nassau in the... Read more

  • Battle Of The Rice Boats

    The Battle of the Rice Boats was a battle of the American Revolutionary War that took place in the Savannah River on the border between the... Read more

  • Fortification Of Dorchester Heights

    The Fortification of Dorchester Heights was a decisive action early in the American Revolutionary War that precipitated the end of the siege of... Read more

  • Evacuation Day

    The 11-month siege of Boston ended when the Continental Army, under the command of George Washington, fortified Dorchester Heights in early March... Read more

  • George Washington Writes A Letter To The Continental Congress

    On March 24, 1776, one week after the British troops under General William Howe evacuated Boston, General George Washington wrote a letter to the... Read more

  • Battle Of Saint-Pierre

    The Battle of Saint-Pierre was a military confrontation on March 25, 1776, near the Quebec village of Saint-Pierre, south of Quebec City. This... Read more