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This colonial General got his start in the French and Indian war as a British Major though he later became the President of the United States. A-A1
Who is George Washington Q-A1
A-A2 This man, along with William Dawes & Samuel Prescott, made their famous ride warning the colonists that the British were coming to Lexington in 1775.
Who is Paul Revere Q-A2
A-A3 This man was a Colonial General. He tried to turn West Point over to the British, branding him as an American traitor.
Who is Benedict Arnold Q-A3
A-A4 This American man led the “war in the west,” opening up the frontier area to future expansion.
Who is George Rogers Clark Q-A4
A-A5 This man wrote a book telling the colonists to use their “Common Sense.”
Who is Thomas Paine Q-A5
A-B1 This is where the first battle of the Revolutionary War was fought?
What is Lexington Q-B1
A-B2 At this fort, Washington and his men supplied the colonists with cannons as they captured them, but they never brought any cannon balls back with them as they surrounded the city of Boston.
What is Ticonderoga Q-B2
A-B3 This pivotal battle saw the Americans lose. However, it was important because it proved the Colonists could actually fight a trained army.
What is Bunker Hill Q-B3
A-B4 This was the sight of the most famous demonstration against British taxation. Though the water looks good enough to drink, don’t do it.
What is Boston Harbor Q-B4
A-B5 This was the site of the final British Surrender.
What is Yorktown, VA (Battle of Yorktown) Q-B5
A- C1 In March of 1775, shortly before the war began, Patrick Henry said in his famous speech, “…I know not what course others may take; but as for me, give me liberty or______________!”
What is “give me death” Q-C1
A-C2 This document set up the framework for our country, which is still in place today.
What is the US Constitution Q-C2
A-C3 This Document told the British that we were breaking away and why.
What is the Declaration of Independence Q-C3
A-C4 This book urged colonists to take another look at how they were being treated by the British. It convinced many colonists to join their cause for independence.
What is Common Sense Q-C4
A-C5 This document officially ended the revolutionary war. Though there are many of these you should know this one.
What is the Treaty of Paris of 1783, NOT 1763! Q-C5
A-D1 After this battle the French decided to become allies with the Americans, providing a fleet by which Washington was finally able to get control of the sea.
What is the Battle of Saratoga Q-D1
A-D2 Here, Washington’s army stayed for the winter, surviving a breakout of smallpox and a lack of enough boots for their feet.
What is Valley Forge Q-D2
A-D3 George Washington led a surprise attack against the German Hessians during this famous battle in New Jersey?
What is the Battle of Trenton Q-D3
A-D4 At this battle in North Carolina, American forces stopped the British from going any further northward, eliminating the chance to “chomp” the rebel resistance.
What is the Battle of Guilford Court House Q-D4
A-D5 During this battle, the Americans used trickery to lure the British over a hill, where the rest of the Continental Army was waiting for them.
What is the Battle of Cowpens Q-D5
A-E1 This army had little extra gunpowder and almost no cannons.
Who are the colonists Q-E1
A-E2 This army was far from home, almost 3,000 miles.
Who are the British Q-E2
A-E3 This army was overconfident, oftentimes opting to chase the enemy later rather than finish them off.
Who are the British Q-E3
A-E4 This army was poorly trained until the end of the war.
Who are the colonists Q-E4
A-E5 This army had no navy, in fact they often had nothing but fishing boats.
Who are the colonists Q-E5
Final Jeopardy Q’est-ce que c’est que. Reasons for Victory S-Final
Final Jeopardy List 3 reasons how the American colonists were able to defeat the British and win the Revolutionary War. Hint: We discussed how the Continental army was able to win the war for independence from the British in class. A-Final
Reasons for America’s Victory:. 1. home-field advantage 2. battle tactics 3. leadership 4. help from abroad 5. will to win Q-Final Final Jeopardy
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