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I SEA A REVOLUTION! September 23, 1779
- British set up a blockade!!! Stops reinforcements information and supplies - U.S. Navy fails (13 ships go unfinished or destroyed)
Privateers: Privately owned merchant ships (1,000 + given permission) Capture more British Ships than Navy!!
THE BONHOMME RICHARD versus THE SERAPIS
John Paul Jones: Naval Officer sailing near Great Britain
- Ship is badly wounded; Jones says: “I have not yet begun to fight!”
- Serapis Surrenders; Richard sinks; Jones Hero! Serapis Flag This flag was raised by Captain John Paul Jones on the British frigate Serapis.
IMPACT – We are wearing Britain down at sea (at least a little) Are we a world power at sea? Are we getting on Britain’s nerves? Not even close... ABSOLUTELY!
War at Sea Colonists fight the British Navy Warm Up Questions Why did the colonists need to challenge Britain’s control of the sea? How are they going.
The War Moves West and South Chapter 6 Section 3.
The American Revolution Guided Reading Activity 6-3.
1 6-3 The American Revolution The War Moves West and South.
Battles of the American Revolution Recap. Battle of Long Island-1776 British Victory Nathan Hale becomes a hero! – “My only regret is that I have but.
John Paul Jones Kylie Gray September 14 th, 2011.
Ch 6, Sec 3: The War Moves West and South. Native Americans Fight In The War Sided with British-seen as less of a threat than the colonists Fought on.
Warm up- Spiral Review What caused a swing of momentum in favor of the Patriots in the war?
6-3 Notes: The War Moves West And South. The War in the West Most Native Americans sided with the British and fought against Patriots They viewed the.
Chapter 7 sec. 2 People in the back row grab a book for your row.
Heroes and Traitors Profiles in American History.
Battlegrounds Shift CHAPTER 6, LESSON #3. Fighting in the West Many Natives sided with the British: Fighting took place west of the colonies Native.
The War Expands CHAPTER 7, SECTION 2. Help From Abroad France bitter over defeat during French & Indian War ◦Wanted Revenge ◦ Secretly gave weapons.
Naval History By LPO McStravick. 13 Oct 1775 The Continental Congress authorized the outfitting of a ten-gun warship. The Continental Congress authorized.
Chapter 6 Section 3 The War Widens Chapter 6 Section 3 The War Widens.
The War in the West and South Chapter 6, Section 3 and 4.
#8 - How did geography factor into the American victory at Yorktown?
The War Widens. Many early battles of the American Revolution were fought in the Northeast. But the struggle for independence was waged on many fronts.
Chapter 7 Section 1: The Early Years of the War Section 1: The Early Years of the War Section 2: The War Expands Section 2: The War Expands.
Chapter 6 The American Revolution ( ) Section 3 The War Moves West and South.
The American Revolution Part 4 Other Battlefronts.
The War Expands Section 7.2. Benjamin Franklin Sent to Paris to convince France to become America’s ally Becomes a celebrity due to his experiments France.
1. List three advantages of the British during the War. Stronger Military Greater Wealth More People (Population)
Father of the US Navy John Paul Jones. Family He was born July 6, 1747 in Kirkbean, Scotland. His father was also named John Paul and was a gardener.
Fighting Shifts to the South Section 19. Fighting Shifts to the South After their plan in Albany failed, the British generals came up with a new plan…
Creative Quotations from John Paul Jones ( ) born on Jul 6 US naval officer; He is considered the founder of the American Navy.
Chapter 2, Section 4 A New Nation Part One p After the Declaration of Independence, the American Revolution becomes a fight to protect a new nation,
People of the American Revolution. Samuel Adams : Patriot Founder of the Sons of Liberty Founder of the Sons of Liberty Began Committees of Correspondence.
7.2 The War Expands. Learning Targets 3. Be able to identify reasons why Spain and France entered the war. Be able to explain why the expansion of the.
Ch 6 Revolutionary War. Glory at Sea Britain used navy to patrol American waterways Kept ally ships from entering/leaving American harbors Preventing.
20. Which European country began to secretly help the colonists starting in 1776?
7.2 The War Expands OBJECTIVE: Identify the contributions of allies and foreign officers. Understand how the war spread to the sea and the frontier.
John Paul Jones B y Emma and Fluke “I have not yet begun to fight!” -a quote by John Paul Jones.
1779 The War in the West The War at Sea George Rogers Clark statue in Louisville John Paul Jones.
Steps to load & fire a musket P ull to half-cocked H andle cartridge Soldiers on both sides used flintlock muskets.
Chapter 6 Section 3 The War Widens Objectives Discover the role that African Americans played in the American Revolution. Find out how the war affected.
Revolution=Tough Work. Battle for Quebec Many patriots want to take Canada We capture a few key forts but need Quebec Benedict Arnold leads attack, no.
The War Moves South West. Settlement Raids British commander Henry “Hair buyer” Hamilton and Mohawk Chief Joseph Brant –Southwestern New York and Northern.
THE WAR WIDENS. During the American Revolution, African Americans fought on both sides. Free and Enslaved Battle of Lexington: 9 Free Africans fought.
A person who measures land. Surveyor. The peace treaty in which Great Britain recognized the United States as an independent country. Treaty of Paris.
This Week’s Agenda (11/4- 11/8) Monday -Unit 1-3 Bonus Round Tuesday -Review Important Battles/ Events of the Revolution Wednesday -The Articles of the.
American Sea Power: 1775 – Lesson Objectives Know significant milestones in the early history of the Navy and USMC including prominent leaders and.
P. 184 / P. 23. B.Finding Main Idea Explain or define each of the following terms: a country that agrees to help another country achieve a common goal.
The War Expands Chapter 7 Section 2. Help from Abroad Key ? – Why did France and Spain enter the war? Key ? – Why did France and Spain enter the war?
The American Revolution The Fight for Independence.
Chapter 6 Lessons 3 & 4 The American Revolution. Round 1 Match each term with its description 1. Native Americans 2. Mohawk 3. Joseph Brant 4. Henry Hamilton.
The War Expands Some Europeans decided to Help America. As the War continued it spread to the sea and to the Frontier!
Ch.7, Sec.2 – The War Expands Help from Abroad Help from Abroad - France is still bitter about losing all North American holdings to England in the French.
Quiet and Seated Phones in basket Agenda – just right down the objective.
War of 1812 Sometimes called the Second American Revolution.
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