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Events

08 May

Galvez Day - Commemorating the Battle of Pensacola

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Galvez Day

Commemorating the longest siege of the American Revolution, the 1781 Battle of Pensacola

The Siege and Victory at Pensacola is recognized as a major battle in support of the United States' struggle for independence from Great Britain. While no American units were involved, the victory completed a series of victories by Spanish units under the command of General Bernardo de Galvez which eliminated British military control of the lower Mississippi Rivers and Gulf Coast. That loss of control was a significant factor in Great Britain ceding the land between the Mississippi River and the Appalachian Mountains to the United States and the colonies of East and West Florida to Spain as part of the 1783 Peace Treaty.

May 8-9, 2020

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