Battle of Saratoga

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He felt that the revolutionary war was fueled by Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut. The plan was for St. Leger to lead Lake Ontario, east to the Hudson, Burgoyne to lead Lake Champlain to the Hudson, and Howe to lead from the sea to the Hudson. This plan failed because only Burgoyne showed up and followed through...
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Howe never made it up the Hudson because Washington kept attacking him to slow him down. And St. Leger didn't make it to New York because of the Indians, famine, and cold. When Burgoyne arrived at Lake Burgoyne, he built boats from the trees in the surrounding area. Benedict Arnold was also building boats at the same time...
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