Definition of Battle of saratoga
1. Noun. A battle during the American Revolution (1777); the British under Burgoyne were defeated.
Generic synonyms: Pitched Battle
Group relationships: American Revolution, American Revolutionary War, American War Of Independence, War Of American Independence
Geographical relationships: Empire State, New York, New York State, Ny
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Literary usage of Battle of saratoga
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1. The Magazine of American History with Notes and Queries by John Austin Stevens, Benjamin Franklin DeCosta, Martha Joanna Lamb, Henry Phelps Johnston, Nathan Gilbert Pond, William Abbatt (1877)
"MAY 1877 No- 5 THE battle of saratoga BURGOYNE AND THE NORTHERN CAMPAIGN, 1777 THE Campaign of Burgoyne, with its attendant circumstances, has had so much ..."
2. The True History of the American Revolution by Sydney George Fisher (1902)
"XXII THE battle of saratoga AND ITS RESULTS GENERAL CLINTON, who had been left with a small force in New York, started up the Hudson to do what he could for ..."
3. Life of Jonathan Trumbull, Sen., Governor of Connecticut by Isaac William Stuart (1859)
"Notwithstanding defeat, he is still active to reenforce the army The tide turns Battle of Saratoga, and triumph of the American arms. Joy of Trumbull. ..."
4. History of the Town of Canterbury, New Hampshire, 1727-1912 by James Otis Lyford (1912)
"After the Battle of Saratoga he spent the winter of 1777 at Valley Forge. Honorably discharged 20 April, 1780; he retired to his home in Salisbury. ..."
5. The Child's History of the United States: Designed as a First Book of by Charles Augustus Goodrich (1849)
"—battle of saratoga — MONMOUTH —BURNING OF FAIRFIELD. 1. ... This was the "battle of Saratoga" Saratoga lies north of Albany, in the state of New Yoik. ..."