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Follow the Leader You Caused This! Where is it? Primary Quotes HELP! I Do Declare! Main page (home)
Follow the Leader Points I was the leader of the Continental Army George Washington
Follow the Leader Points I surrendered at Yorktown General Cornwallis
Follow the Leader Points I was the leader of Great Britain during the American Revolution. George III
Follow the Leader Points I was the leader in the American Navy and declared, “I have not yet begun to fight!” John Paul Jones
Follow the Leader Points I was once a leader in the Continental Army, but switched to the British side during the war. Benedict Arnold
You Caused This! Points A tax placed on almost all printed materials Stamp Act
You Caused This! Points Citizens of Boston get into a scuffle with British soldiers. Five Bostonians get killed. Boston Massacre
You Caused This! Points I was a tax on paint, lead, glass, paper, and tea. Townshend Acts
You Caused This! Points I was a reaction to the Boston Tea Party and shut down Boston Harbor Coercive (Intolerable) Acts
You Caused This! Points I forbid any colonial settlement west of the Appalachian Mountains. Proclamation of 1763
Where is it? Points The city where Sam Adams, John Hancock and Paul Revere live. Boston
Where is it? Points The turning point of the American Revolution occurred here Saratoga
Where is it? Points The last major battle of the American Revolution was fought here. Yorktown
Where is it? Points The Second Continental Congress declared independence from here. Philadelphia
Where is it? Points The winter camping quarters of the Continental Army during the winter of Valley Forge
Primary Quotes Points “I have not yet begun to fight!” -John Paul Jones
Primary Quotes Points “When in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another…” -Declaration of Independence
Primary Quotes Points “Give me liberty or give me death!” -Patrick Henry
Primary Quotes Points “…these are the times that try men’s souls.” Thomas Paine - the Crisis
Primary Quotes Points “…blows must decide whether they are subject to this country or independent." King George III
HELP! Points Nation who declared war against Great Britain after the Battle of Saratoga France
HELP! Points French officer who became one of Washington’s closest advisors Marquis de Lafayette
HELP! Points Country, which also claimed territory in North America and most of South America, declared war against Great Britain. (Besides France) (Spain)
HELP! Points Spanish Governor of Louisiana who helped fight the British. Bernardo de Galvez
HELP! Points Prussian (German) officer who helped train Washington's army. Baron von Steuben
I Do Declare! Points The Declaration of Independence was approved on… (date) July 4, 1776
I Do Declare! Points The three rights that we are entitled to are… Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness
I Do Declare! Points Person in the Declaration who is being blamed for the problems between the colonies and Great Britain King George III
I Do Declare! Points Powers that the Declaration states that all free nations should have. Levy War, conclude Peace, contract Alliances, establish Commerce
I Do Declare! Points President of the Second Continental Congress John Hancock
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