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1 Causes 100 BattlesGeneralsPatriotsGeography

2 CICERO © 2007 History Beyond The Textbook CICERO This act forced colonists to house and feed British soldiers.

3 CICERO © 2007 CICERO History Beyond The Textbook Quartering Act

4 CICERO © 2007 CICERO History Beyond The Textbook This event occurred outside the British Customs House in Boston, Massachusetts after colonists had clashed with British soldiers.

5 CICERO © 2007 CICERO History Beyond The Textbook the Boston Massacre

6 CICERO © 2007 CICERO History Beyond The Textbook The Boston Sons of Liberty did this in response to the British tax on tea.

7 CICERO © 2007 CICERO History Beyond The Textbook Boston Tea Party

8 CICERO © 2007 CICERO History Beyond The Textbook Parliament passed these acts to punish the people of Boston for the Tea Party.

9 CICERO © 2007 CICERO History Beyond The Textbook Intolerable/Coercive Acts

10 CICERO © 2007 CICERO History Beyond The Textbook This act forbid American colonists from claiming lands west of the Appalachian Mountains.

11 CICERO © 2007 CICERO History Beyond The Textbook Proclamation of 1763

12 CICERO © 2007 CICERO History Beyond The Textbook The Continental Army surprised a Hessian garrison on December 26, 1776, in this New Jersey city.

13 CICERO © 2007 CICERO History Beyond The Textbook Trenton, New Jersey

14 CICERO © 2007 CICERO History Beyond The Textbook He led guerrilla raids against the British in the South and was known as the “Swamp Fox.”

15 CICERO © 2007 CICERO History Beyond The Textbook Francis Marion

16 CICERO © 2007 CICERO History Beyond The Textbook Although the winters at Valley Forge were harsh, one winter at this American encampment saw snow drifts as high as eight feet!

17 CICERO © 2007 CICERO History Beyond The Textbook Morristown, New Jersey

18 CICERO © 2007 CICERO History Beyond The Textbook This was the last major battle of the American Revolution. Americans and their French allies surrounded the British.

19 CICERO © 2007 CICERO History Beyond The Textbook Yorktown

20 CICERO © 2007 CICERO History Beyond The Textbook American John Paul Jones captured this British warship after a fierce naval battle.

21 CICERO © 2007 CICERO History Beyond The Textbook HMS Serapis

22 CICERO © 2007 CICERO History Beyond The Textbook Congress appointed him Commander of the Continental Army in 1775.

23 CICERO © 2007 CICERO History Beyond The Textbook George Washington

24 CICERO © 2007 CICERO History Beyond The Textbook This young French nobleman was given a commission as general in the Continental Army and wounded at the Battle of Brandywine soon after receiving his commission.

25 CICERO © 2007 CICERO History Beyond The Textbook Marquis de Lafayette

26 CICERO © 2007 CICERO History Beyond The Textbook This British general was forced to surrender his army defeat at the Battle of Saratoga.

27 CICERO © 2007 CICERO History Beyond The Textbook John Burgoyne

28 CICERO © 2007 CICERO History Beyond The Textbook He became a hero after leading a courageous charge at the Battle of Saratoga, but later he betrayed the American cause.

29 CICERO © 2007 CICERO History Beyond The Textbook Benedict Arnold

30 CICERO © 2007 CICERO History Beyond The Textbook This American general bayoneted and killed at the Battle of Princeton.

31 CICERO © 2007 CICERO History Beyond The Textbook Hugh Mercer

32 CICERO © 2007 CICERO History Beyond The Textbook He spent much of the war in France attempting to convince the French to help the Americans in their fight against Britain.

33 CICERO © 2007 CICERO History Beyond The Textbook Ben Franklin

34 CICERO © 2007 CICERO History Beyond The Textbook This young Virginian was the primary author of the Declaration of Independence.

35 CICERO © 2007 CICERO History Beyond The Textbook Thomas Jefferson

36 CICERO © 2007 CICERO History Beyond The Textbook She was a Massachusetts teacher who dressed as a man to join the Continental Army.

37 CICERO © 2007 CICERO History Beyond The Textbook Deborah Sampson

38 CICERO History Beyond The Textbook CICERO © 2007 This German officer helped to train the Continental Army at Valley Forge. He turned them into a well-disciplined army.

39 CICERO © 2007 CICERO History Beyond The Textbook Baron Frederick von Steuben

40 CICERO © 2007 CICERO History Beyond The Textbook He was the leader of the Boston Sons of Liberty and played a role in the Boston Tea Party.

41 CICERO © 2007 CICERO History Beyond The Textbook Sam Adams

42 CICERO © 2007 CICERO History Beyond The Textbook Washington’s army crossed this river on December 25, 1776, to surprise the Hessians.

43 CICERO © 2007 CICERO History Beyond The Textbook Delaware River

44 CICERO © 2007 CICERO History Beyond The Textbook Valley Forge was located west of this major American city.

45 CICERO © 2007 CICERO History Beyond The Textbook Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

46 CICERO © 2007 CICERO History Beyond The Textbook General Burgoyne led the British in a march down this river valley in New York.

47 CICERO © 2007 CICERO History Beyond The Textbook Hudson

48 CICERO © 2007 CICERO History Beyond The Textbook The Battle of Lexington occurred in this American colony.

49 CICERO © 2007 CICERO History Beyond The Textbook Massachusetts

50 CICERO © 2007 CICERO History Beyond The Textbook The Proclamation of 1763 forbid colonists from settling west of this mountain range.

51 CICERO © 2007 CICERO History Beyond The Textbook Appalachian Mountains


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