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How did soldiers in Pennsylvania eventually react to no pay and no supplies?
a) They staged a sit in
b) They started a mutiny
c) The all quit and left the army
d) They stuck it out because they were fighting for independence

What year did the Pennsylvania Line Mutiny take place?
a) 1775
b) 1780
c) 1778
d) 1781

Fredrick von Steuben and Marquis de Lafayette both aided in the Revolutionary war by lending their _______ talents, helping get soldiers ready for battle.
a) Financial
b) Military
c) Musical

This man went to France as a diplomat, and was able to help win over France by recognizing that popularity was key.
a) Thomas Jefferson
b) John Adams
c) Sam Adams
d) Ben Franklin

What city did the British take over after the Battle of Brandywine?
a) Valley Forge
b) Philadelphia
c) Saratoga
d) Brandywine

What victory helped the French decide to back the colonies in the war?
a) The Battle at Saratoga
b) The Battle of Brandywine
c) The victory at Valley Forge

Troops in Pennsylvania were enduring a rough patch, trying to survive a cold and harsh winter with little food, no supplies, bad housing, little clothes, and diseases running a muck in _____________.
a) Philadephia
b) Brandywine
c) Saratoga
d) Valley Forge

Who won the Battle of Saratoga?
a) The British Army
b) The Continental Army

There were two skirmishes at the Battle of Saratoga... what were they?
a) Freedman's Farm and Bemis Heights
b) Fist Battle of Saratoga and Second Battle of Saratoga
c) Gettysburg and Pittsburgh
d) Bunker Hill and Bull Run

When the troops of Pennsylvania became restless, the British rejoiced. Why?
a) It meant there were less Americans to fight against them
b) It meant that the war would soon be over
c) It meant that their spies could pretend to be new soldiers

In ______ George Washington planned to trap General Cornwallis at Yorktown, VA.
a) 1775
b) 1778
c) 1790
d) 1781

What did Washington to do distract the British so he and his army could sneak out of New York?
a) Had a small part of his army attack New York while the rest left
b) Wrote a fake letter planning an attack and built a fake camp
c) Attacked Philadelphia so the troops British troops in New York would go to Philadelphia's rescue
d) Him and all of his troops left in the middle of a terrible thunderstorm when no one could see because it was raining so hard

What was NOT an issue Washington ran into with his planning of the attack on Yorktown?
a) There was a language barrier between French and American troops and commanders
b) There was no instant communication
c) They had to meet at Yorktown at about the same time
d) They were running low on supplied and the men were getting angry about it

At the Battle of Capes, the Americans trapped the British by land while the French trapped them by sea.
a) True
b) False

The French secured the Chesapeake Bay for the Americans and established a _________ so that the British were prevented from getting the good and supplies they needed from Britain.
a) Treaty
b) Defense
c) Blockade
d) No mans land

The Victory at Yorktown was a victory for the __________.
a) British
b) French
c) Americans

After Yorktown in 1781, the war continued for _____ more years.
a) 2
b) 3
c) 4
d) 5

Ben Franklin was the first U.S ambassador. Where did he spend most of his time during the war?
a) America
b) France
c) Britain
d) Canada

What was the treaty named that ended the war between Britain and the colonies?
a) The Treaty of London
b) The Treaty of the Colonies
c) The Treaty of Paris
d) The Treaty of the United States

What was the most important article in the Treaty of Paris?
a) Article 5: Loyalist property that was confiscated should be returned
b) Article 1: Acknowledged the 13 colonies were independent
c) Article 3: Fishing rights
d) Article 6: Loyalists will no longer be prosecuted

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