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The Battle of Brooklyn

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Greenwood Heights »

This year's commemorations of Gen. Washington's defeat include a canoeing battle on the Gowanus Canal.

Gowanus »

Local historians believe the archeological dig underway in Gowanus needs to dig deeper for remains.

Murray Hill »

Legend has it one woman used her charm and some tea to delay British forces as the patriots retreated.

Fort Greene »

The 108th Memorial to the Prison Ships Martyrs will be held Saturday in Fort Greene Park.

Park Slope »

The Old Stone House will unveil a new exhibit aimed at teaching kids about Revolutionary War history.

Gowanus »

Historians demanded a thorough archeological study of the proposed pre-K site on Ninth Street.

Gowanus »

Some believe Ninth Street and Third Avenue is the final resting spot for the Maryland 400.

Crown Heights »

Clove Road in Brooklyn takes its name from one of the oldest thoroughfares in the borough.

New Dorp »

In August 1776, as many as 32,000 British troops camped near New Dorp and Old Town.

Cobble Hill »

The grocery store marks a site of historic importance in the Battle of Brooklyn.

Park Slope »

The Old Stone House and venues throughout the city mark the Battle of Brooklyn with a series of events.

Park Slope »

Foodies can sample Revolutionary War cuisine at events marking the anniversary of the Battle of Brooklyn.