Who won the battle of chelsea creek

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who won the battle of chelsea creek

Mermaid in Chelsea Creek (Chelsea, #1) by Michelle Tea

Everyone in the broken-down town of Chelsea, Massachussetts, has a story too worn to repeat—from the girls who play the pass-out game just to feel like theyre somewhere else, to the packs of aimless teenage boys, to the old women from far away who left everything behind. But there’s one story they all still tell: the oldest and saddest but most hopeful story, the one about the girl who will be able to take their twisted world and straighten it out. The girl who will bring the magic.

Could Sophie Swankowski be that girl? With her tangled hair and grubby clothes, her weird habits and her visions of a filthy, swearing mermaid who comes to her when she’s unconscious, Sophie could be the one to uncover the power flowing beneath Chelsea’s potholed streets and sludge-filled rivers, and the one to fight the evil that flows there, too. Sophie might discover her destiny, and maybe even in time to save them all.
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Battle of Chelsea Creek

General Artemis Ward ordered an aggressive raid on the islands and assigned John Stark with the task. After the first raid on the two islands were over the British bumbled into a mess when the armed schooner Diana ran aground and could not be moved. Israel Putnam then launched a second raid which secured supplies for the provincials. The Battles of Lexington and Concord had left the British stunned and anxious. They were successfully repelled at Concord due to actions taken by Paul Revere , William Dawes , Joseph Warren , and others involved in the Middlesex alarm and then harassed all the back to Boston.

On May 24, three days after British General Thomas Gage sent four sloops to tiny Grape Island near the town of Weymouth to pick up some recently harvested hay from the loyalist Elijah Leavitt, the Massachusetts Committee of Safety ordered all livestock and hay removed from nearby Noddles and Hog Island. The two contiguous islands lay east of Charlestown and formed a peninsula that reached from the town of Chelsea toward Boston to the southeast with the town of Winnisimmet on the opposite shore directly north. Those who sold their goods to the British faced the wrath of rebels, just as Elijah Leavitt had, and those who sold to the rebels faced the wrath of the British. One resident of Hog Island had been warned that if he sold anything to the British, the rebels would take all the cattle from the island and … handle him very roughly. On the morning of May 27, approximately rebels waded across the Chelsea-Hog Island channel, which at low tide became an easily fordable, knee-high creek with wide mudflat banks.

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Battle of Chelsea Creek. Burning of a British Ship. Who were the leaders of the Battle of Chelsea Creek? Where was the Battle of Chelsea Creek fought, the location of the battlefield? Boston and Chelsea were both towns in Suffolk County - see the picture of the map. The Battle of Chelsea Creek ended in victory for the American colonists - it was also the first naval engagement of the Revolutionary War.

Samuel Graves. John Stark. This battle was fought on May 27 and 28, , on Chelsea Creek and on salt marshes, mudflats, and islands of Boston Harbor , northeast of the Boston peninsula. The American colonists met their goal of strengthening the siege of Boston by removing livestock and hay on those islands from the reach of the British regulars. The British armed schooner Diana was also destroyed and its weaponry was appropriated by the Colonial side. This was the first naval capture of the war, and it was a significant boost to the morale of the Colonial forces. The Battle of Lexington and Concord on April 19, , drew thousands of militia forces from throughout New England to the towns surrounding Boston.

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