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Officially ends the American Revolution and independence is recognized.
a) Treaty of Paris 1783 b) Treaty of Paris 1764 c) Treaty of Paris 2014 d) Treaty of Paris 1607
Political writer and propagandist, she wrote one of the earliest histories of the American Revolution.
a) Martha Washington b) Mercy Otis Warren c) Abigail Adams d) Susan B. Anthony
Die hard Patriot who famously said, “Give me liberty, or give me death!”
a) Thomas Jefferson b) John Adams c) Samuel Adams d) Patrick Henry
Wrote Common Sense. Common Sense justifies revolution and opposes the British govt./laws.
a) Thomas Paine b) Thomas Jefferson c) Benjamin Franklin d) John Adams
Military camp in Pennsylvania where 2,500 American soldiers die from disease and malnutrition
a) Bunker Hill b) Valley Forge c) Lexington and Concord d) Trenton
Commander in chief of the Continental Army.
a) Bernardo de Galvez b) Marquis de Lafayette c) John Paul Jones d) George Washington
Wrote the Declaration of Independence
a) John Adams b) Thomas Jefferson c) Benjamin Franklin d) George Washington
Spanish military leader who helped the American Patriots.
a) Marquis de Lafayette b) Hernando Cortez c) Bernardo de Galvez d) Pancho Villa
Joined the Continental Army and helped at the Battle of Saratoga.
a) Wentworth Cheswell b) George Washington c) John Paul Jones d) James Armistead
African American killed at the Boston Massacre and considered the 1st casualty of the American Revolutionary War.
a) James Armistead b) John Adams c) Haym Salomon d) Crispus Attucks
Opposed British taxation, organized the Boston Tea Party, and formed the Sons of Liberty (a protest group). Die hard Patriot.
a) Samuel Adams b) John Adams c) Patrick Henry d) Paul Revere
1st battle of the Revolutionary War. Also referred to as the “shot heard round the world.”
a) Battle of Saratoga b) Battle of Yorktown c) Battle of Bunker Hill d) Battle of Lexington and Concord
French military officer who helped the American Patriots at the Battle of Yorktown.
a) Bernardo de Galvez b) Marquis de Lafayette c) John Paul Jones d) Wentworth Cheswell
African American spy for the American Patriots.
a) Patrick Henry b) Samuel Adams c) Crispus Attucks d) James Armistead
Lawyer from Boston who persuaded the Congress to declare independence, helped Thomas Jefferson draft the D.O.I., helped negotiate a peace treaty with Great Britain.
a) Thomas Jefferson b) John Adams c) Thomas Paine d) Benjamin Franklin
Father of the U.S.Navy, said “I have not yet to begun to fight!”
a) John Paul Jones b) George Washington c) Bernardo de Galvez d) Marquis de Lafayette
Jewish American businessman who financed the Continental Army.
a) James Armistead b) Haym Salomon c) Wentworth Cheswell d) Paul Revere
Final battle of the American Revolution. The British surrender.
a) Battle of Saratoga b) Battle of Lexington and Concord c) Battle of Bunker Hill d) Battle of Yorktown
Wife of John Adams, she wrote a lot of letters to him, and she called for women’s equal rights.
a) Martha Washington b) Mercy Otis Warren c) Abigail Adams d) Anne Hutchinson
Colonists who favored separating from Great Britain and becoming their own independent nation.
a) Neutrals b) Loyalists c) Patriots d) Independents
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