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The Revolution Begins Patriots Gain New Hope Independence! Wildcard Declaring Independence
Members of a civilian militia
He (with others) rode through the countryside warning the Regulars are coming
They gathered in Philadelphia in the fall of 1774
The Battle of Lexington is sometimes called this
This is a type of victory the colonist had in the earlier battles against the British
Colonists who chose to fight for independence are known as
Jefferson argued that King George III did this without the colonies consent
This future president’s wife was upset that women were excluded from the Declaration of Independence
This pamphlet argued against British rule over the colonist
This group helped the Patriot war effort at home
This man helped train Washington’s army into a well discipline army
This battle helped convince France that the Americans could defeat the British Army
These challenges faced the Continental Army at Valley Forge
He was responsible for the quote: “I have not yet begun to fight!”
Some problems facing the Patriots in the South
He was known as the Swamp Fox
This man helped with peace negotiations with the British
British general Cornwallis made a fatal mistake at this famous battle
This treaty ended the war between the Untied States and Great Britain
Group of colonist who supported England
These soldiers from Germany came to fight
He gave over $200,000 of his own money to American’s cause
The Battle of Saratoga is often referred to as this
These are the two names of Mr. Belveal’s boys
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