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She was a Molly Pitcher who followed her husband into battle. When he was injured, she took over firing his cannon.
a) Mary Ludwig Hays
b) Mercy Otis Warren
c) Deborah Sampson
d) Abigail Adams

He wrote Common Sense and American Crisis
a) Thomas Paine
b) Thomas Jefferson
c) Benjamin Franklin
d) Thomas Plain

He was a spy for George Washington. He was captured and put to death by the British.
a) Nathan Hale
b) Nathaniel Greene
c) Samuel Adams
d) Benedict Arnold

They made their own clothes to avoid paying British taxes
a) Daughters of Liberty
b) Sons of Liberty
c) Daughters of Liability
d) Tories

He was a French noble who fought with the Continental Army during the American Revolution.
a) Marquis De Lafayette
b) Baron Friedrich Von Steubon
c) Ethan Allen
d) Benedict Arnold

She wrote plays that were critical of the British.
a) Mercy Otis Warren
b) Mary Ludwig Hays
c) Phillis Wheatly
d) Abigail Adams

She wanted equal rights for women. She said, Remember the Ladies.
a) Abigail Adams
b) Deborah Sampson
c) Martha Washington
d) Phillis Wheatley

This document officiallly ended the American Revolution. It named the U.S. as a country and officially named it's borders.
a) Treaty of Paris 1783
b) Declaration of Independence
c) Common Sense
d) Treaty of Paris 1763

He convinced France to join the fight after the Battle of Saratoga.
a) Benjamin Franklin
b) Thomas Jefferson
c) George Washington
d) Thomas Paine

This battle was a turning point and convinced France to join the American Revolution
a) Battle of Saratoga
b) Battle of Trenton
c) Battle of Long Island
d) Battle of Bunker Hill

He was a Virginia delegate who said, Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death
a) Patrick Henry
b) Nathan Hale
c) John Adams
d) Thomas Paine

She dressed as a man and fought with the Continental Army.
a) Deborah Sampson
b) Mercy Otis Warren
c) Mary Ludwig Hays
d) Abigail Adams

This group met in Philadelphia to form a Continental Army and make George Washington commander.
a) 2nd Continental Congress
b) Committee of Correspondence
c) Sons of Liberty
d) Daughters of Liberty

He helped write the Declaration of Independence and was our 2nd President.
a) John Adams
b) Thomas Jefferson
c) George Washington
d) Benjamin Franklin

This country was an ally during the American Revolution.
a) France
b) Argentina
c) China
d) Texas

This document was written by Thomas Jefferson on July 4, 1776. In it he wrote that the 13 colonies were no longer a part of England.
a) Declaration of Independence
b) Common Sense
c) Treaty of Paris
d) American Crisis

This battle was morale and confidence booster for the Continental Army. It was a Christmas surprise for the Hessians.
a) Battle of Trenton
b) Battle of Saratoga
c) Battle of Long Island
d) Battle of New York

He was commander of the Continental Army during the American Revolution.
a) George Washington
b) King George III
c) Charles Lee
d) Benedict Arnold

She was a slave that wrote poems about independence. In her poems she praised George Washington.
a) Phillis Wheatley
b) Mercy Otis Warren
c) Mary Ludwig Hays
d) Martha Washington

He helped train the Continental Army at Valley Forge during the terrible winter of 1777-1778.
a) Baron Friedrich Von Steubon
b) Marquis De Lafayette
c) Benedict Arnold
d) Nathan Hale

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