The Battle of Bunker Hill (which actually took place on Breed's Hill) is a battle fought near Boston, Massachusetts, on June 17th, 1775 between the Americans, led by Colonels Putnam and Prescott, and the British led by Generals Howe and Clinton.
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Johnson, Justin. “The Battle of Bunker Hill - Part II.” American Military History Podcast, American Military History Podcast, 27 Aug. 2015, https://www.stitcher.com/show/american-military-history-podcast/episode/the-battle-of-bunker-hill-part-ii-40849160.
When the Redcoats under siege in Boston launched their June 17, 1775, assault against the patriot militiamen who occupied neighboring Charlestown, the conflict between the American colonists and the British government exploded into all-out war. Explore 10 surprising facts about the American Revolution’s first major battle, the Battle of Bunker Hill.
Klein, Christopher. “10 Things You May Not Know About the Battle of Bunker Hill.” History.com, A&E Television Networks, 17 June 2015, www.history.com/news/10-things-you-may-not-know-about-the-battle-of-bunker-hill.
Dearborn, Henry, and Daniel Putnam. An account of the battle of Bunker's Hill; by H. Dearborn, major-General of the United States army. With a letter to Maj. Gen. Dearborn, repelling his unprovoked attack on the character of the late Maj. Gen. Israel Putnam. By Daniel Putnam, esq. Boston, Munroe & Francis, 1818, babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=loc.ark:/13960/t06w9sw25;view=1up;seq=2.