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Who won the American Revolution?
a) American Colonies (Patriots)
b) Spain
c) France
d) Great Britain (British)

This man did NOT represent the Americans at the peace talks in Paris
a) Benjamin Franklin
b) John Adams
c) John Jay
d) George Washington

These are the times that try men's souls, which appeared in The Crisis, was written by
a) Thomas Jefferson
b) Thomas Paine
c) William Franklin
d) Benjamin Franklin

By the end of the war, African Americans were enlisted in every state EXCEPT
a) North Carolina
b) Maryland
c) South Carolina
d) Georgia

What was NOT an advantage for British soldiers?
a) Strong navy
b) Better trained troops
c) Large population
d) War fought in America

After the war George Washington
a) Returned to Mount Vernon
b) Ran for political office
c) Moved to New York
d) Became a senator

The British promised to withdraw all troops from American territory in the
a) Treaty of the Patriots
b) Treaty of Paris
c) Treaty of America
d) Treaty of Great Britain

Loyalist strength was strongest in
a) the Ohio River Valley
b) New York
c) New England
d) the Carolinas and Georgia

What was NOT something accomplished by the Treaty of Paris?
a) U.S. was still NOT considered an independent nation
b) Established boundaries
c) British merchants could collect debts owed by Americans
d) British withdrew all troops from American territories

The Patriot forces endured a winter of terrible suffering at
a) Saratoga
b) Yorktown
c) Philadelphia
d) Valley Forge

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