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  1. The Surrender of General Burgoyne is an oil painting by John Trumbull. The painting was completed in 1821, and hangs in the rotunda of the United States Capitol in Washington, D. C. The painting depicts the surrender of British Lieutenant General John Burgoyne at Saratoga, New York on October 17, 1777, ten days after the Second Battle of Saratoga.

  2. The event shown in this painting is the surrender of British General John Burgoyne at Saratoga, New York on October 17, 1777. Burgoyne's surrender followed battles with American General Horatio Gates near Saratoga in September and October 1777.

  3. 18/01/2007 · The scene of the surrender of the British General John Burgoyne at Saratoga, on October 17, 1777, was a turning point in the American Revolutionary War that prevented the British from dividing New England from the rest of the colonies.

  4. 05/06/2017 · frederick william burgoyne, esq. [ Post-Captain of 1815. Youngest son of Lieutenant-General Sir John Burgoyne, Bart, colonel of the 19th regiment of dragoons, who died in the East Indies, in 1785, by Charlotte, eldest daughter of General Johnston, of Overstone, near Northampton, and afterwards the wife of Lieutenant-General Eyre P. Trench, brother to William Earl of Clancarty.

  5. John Stark's reward from the New Hampshire General Assembly for "the Memorable Battle of Bennington" was "a compleat suit of Clothes becoming his Rank". A reward that Stark likely valued the highest was a message of thanks from John Hancock , president of the Continental Congress , which included a commission as "brigadier in the army of the United States".

  6. Then, perhaps the greatest news of the entire war reached Congress. In October, Burgoyne’s forces surrendered to General Horatio Gates at the Battle of Saratoga. It was a decisive defeat of the British Army. John Adams was ecstatic, and like many of the other delegates, Adams returned home for a brief furlough.

  7. 01/09/2018 · Stating that "he was ordered, and could not refuse," Howe sailed for Boston with Major Generals Henry Clinton and John Burgoyne. Arriving May 15, Howe brought reinforcements for General Thomas Gage .