The Battle of the Rice Boats was fought between the United States of America and Great Britain from May 2–3, 1776, near Savannah, Georgia. Although the outcome of the battle was inconclusive, British forces eventually withdrew, leaving Georgia under the control of the Patriots.
Burning of Falmouth
The Burning of Falmouth was a British naval attack on the town of Falmouth, Massachusetts — present-day Portland, Maine — that took place on October 18, 1775.
Famous Mountain Man — trapper, frontiersman, and guide — who is most well-known for being a successful black man in the first half of the 19th century and his reputation for exaggerating stories about his life.