General Howe lead 32,000 troops to New York. They planned to cut off the north from the south by taking over the Hudson River Valley. British had atleast double the troops as the Continental Army. Continental Army was cornered, but escaped in the night without British notice. Fog saved americans by hiding them in the morning from the British.
Bunker Hill was an American Fort overlooking Boston. British Victory, but moral victory for Americans. 1,100 redcoats died. Nathaniel Greene, American commander, "I wish we could sell them another hill at the same price."