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The Cost of Freedom
Why did Americans want Independence from Britain?
What problems did the patriots and their family face during the war ?
Why have Americans continued to fight for their freedom?
Can you name the following pictures?
American Statesman 1.Washington 2. Franklin 3. Lafayette 4. Jones
Traitor 1.Arnold 2.Jones 3.Washington 4.Jefferson
Leader of Britain 1.Howe 2.Gage 3.George III 4.Grenville
King George III
“I Have Not Yet Begun To Fight” 1.Clinton 2.Burgoyne 3.Jones 4.Jefferson
John Paul Jones
Major Strategy 1. Washington crossing the Mississippi 2. Washington crossing the Missouri 3. Washington crossing the Delaware 4. Washington crossing the Ohio
Washington crossing the Delaware
Death in Boston 1. Boston Massacre 2. Boston Tea Party 3. Boston Shooting 4. Boston Rebellion
Colonist’s Revolt 1. Tea Revolt 2. Tea Party 3. Tea Act 4. Tea Tax
Boston Tea Party
“The British are Coming” 1.Washington’s notice 2.Revere’s ride 3.Arnold and his secret 4. Adams’ ride
Paul Revere’s Ride
Patriot's Hardships 1.Spending the winter at Boston 2.Spending the winter at New York 3.Spending the winter at Valley Forge 4. Spending the winter at Philadelphia
Turning Point of the War 1. Yorktown 2. Lexington 3.Bunker Hill 4. Saratoga
Burgoyne surrenders at Saratoga
Activities for Unit 3 Class Plays and role playing 1776 Movie Special reading assignments
Assessment or Grading 1.Revolutionary War Project 2.Chapter 5 and Chapter 6 Test 3. Homework Assignments 4. Quizzes
U.S. History Chapter 6. What was the 1 st major battle of the Revolutionary War? A. Saratoga B. Trenton C. Bunker Hill D. Yorktown.
The Revolutionary War. Continental Army General George Washington General George Washington Goal: protect by retreat and counterattack when they had the.
The American Revolution SOL USI.6 Mrs. Stephens Social Studies Does England Rule? Have the colonists had enough? What were the causes of the American Revolution?
THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR I.Colonialism and Restricted Trade A. Colonialism 1. Control by one… 2. England over the colonies 3. Source… 4. Market… B. Navigation.
The American Revolution From A to Z By Leah Hill.
The American Revolution Ch 4. Section 1 - The Colonies Fight for Their Rights In 1740 the French and British built forts in the Ohio River Valley to claim.
The American Nation Chapter 6 The American Revolution 1775–1783 Copyright © 2003 by Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle.
Welcome to 8 TH grade DMS U.S. History Unit 3 Review.
Famous People of the American Revolution (Otherwise known as--- the people who helped us WIN!!)
Chapter 6 The American Revolution. Warm-up There were two Continental Congresses, what were the accomplishments of both?
Jeopardy British Legislation People Which Came First? Second Continental Congress
Take Five… What is the difference between an internal and external tax?
Unit II American Revolution. France Attempts Colonization King Louis XIV took interest in Overseas Colonies Established Quebec as “New France” Also Found.
IV. The Revolutionary War. A. Strengths and Weaknesses 1.Continental Army + Strong Military Leadership + Fighting on home territory + Alliance with France.
The War From the shots fired at Lexington in 1775 to the final singing of the peace treaty in 1783, the American war for independence or Revolutionary.
Olive Branch Petition Green Mountain Boys Continental Army Patriots Loyalist The Battle of Bunker Hill Blockade Mercenaries KEY TERMS FOR CHAPTER 6 SEC.
THIS IS With Host... Your Key Terms Famous People BattlesThe Revolution Important Events Important Documents main.
Jeopardy for Unit Two ! Mr. H. Mayo Mr. T Bentley US Studies.
Tea Problems 1773 the British East India Co, with a surplus of 17 million lbs of unsold tea was facing bankruptcy If it collapsed, London would lose heavy.
BritainAmericans Advantages?? Disadvantages?? Opposing Sides.
The American Revolution Purpose: What: Rebellion By: Understanding how the Continental Army was able to win the war for independence from Great Britain.
A. Benjamin Franklin B. General Braddock C. Chief Pontiac D. George Washington Whos the man that was an Indian Chief who wanted to stop the loss of Indian.
The War Begins. Loyalists vs. The Rebels?… Or, Indifferent/ Neutral?
The War for Independence Chapter 4. Events that lead to the War The French and Indian War (1754) created debt for the English. The British wanted colonists.
Battles after the Declaration of Independence. Back to the Battle? June 1776 – Boston General Howe New York Harbor Here comes the Hessians!
U.S. History Standard 4. The student will identify the ideological, military, and diplomatic aspects of the American Revolution.
Research for Amer Rev Timeline- Template Use this guideline to research events, people and battles of the American Revolution. Fill it out then use the.
AHSGE History II. Britain’s response to the Boston Tea Party.
2 nd Nine Weeks Exam Review Ch. 6, Ch. 7 & Civics in Action HB.
Notes8 1. Colonists declare their independence….Why? Common Sense---Thomas PaineWinter of 1776 Writing of the Declaration of Independence 2 nd Continental.
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