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Chapter 4 Part I

Chapter 4 Part I

Chapter 4 Part I. Georgia In Transition. New England Colonies, Part I. New England Colonies, Part II. New England colonies made up of Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut and New Hampshire Land was rocky and the soil poor, most farms were small and difficult to work

By medwin
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13 Original Colonies vs. Great Britain 1775-1783

13 Original Colonies vs. Great Britain 1775-1783

Revolutionary War. 13 Original Colonies vs. Great Britain 1775-1783. Articles of Confederation. 1781-1789s. Timeline of Major Events. 1775  -  Battle of Lexington and Concord Second Continental Congress convenes 1776  -  Jefferson writes Declaration of Independence

By elu
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The Battle of Saratoga

The Battle of Saratoga

The Battle of Saratoga. The turning point in the Revolutionary War. Embarrassing the British. The defeats at Trenton and Princeton embarrassed the British. Spring 1777 – The British wanted to strike back The British attack the Patriots at Fort Ticonderoga, Lake Ontario, and New York City

By edythe
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The American Revolution 1776-1783

The American Revolution 1776-1783

The American Revolution 1776-1783.

By jennessa
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The Road to Revolution

The Road to Revolution

The Road to Revolution. Declaring Independence. Second Continental Congress. Met in Philadelphia beginning in May 1775 Formed Continental Army Washington chosen to lead Washington showed up in his military uniform Tallest man at convention – he looked the part

By armen
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Amending the Vermont Constitution: Not An Easy Job Nor Should It Be!

Amending the Vermont Constitution: Not An Easy Job Nor Should It Be!

Amending the Vermont Constitution: Not An Easy Job Nor Should It Be!. Video Essay Demo. Vermont’s constitution is one of the oldest state constitutions. The version that was adopted in 1793 is still in use today.

By lotus
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French and Indian War Review Power Point

French and Indian War Review Power Point

French and Indian War Review Power Point. Note to Students. This power point is designed to help you learn the men and forts involved in the French and Indian War. Also, the military action during each campaign year and the Treaty of Paris of 1763.

By Leo
(286 views)

The Revolutionary War

The Revolutionary War

The Revolutionary War. BY: Your Name. King George III. Insert a picture of King George III of Great Britain. Boston Massacre. Insert a picture of the Boston Massacre. Boston Tea Party. Insert a picture of the Boston Tea Party. Lexington and Concord.

By libitha
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13 Original Colonies vs. Great Britain 1775-1783

13 Original Colonies vs. Great Britain 1775-1783

Revolutionary War. 13 Original Colonies vs. Great Britain 1775-1783. Articles of Confederation. 1781-1789s. Timeline of Major Events. 1775  -  Battle of Lexington and Concord Second Continental Congress convenes 1776  -  Jefferson writes Declaration of Independence

By kayo
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The French and Indian War

The French and Indian War

The French and Indian War. “The War for North America”. North America – 1750 . French Canada, Mississippi River Valley Here for: Fur Trade Overall good relationship with Indians Essential for fur trade Population of New France in 1750: 55,009 Trading posts Few cities

By tolla
(97 views)

Chapter 3 – The American Revolution

Chapter 3 – The American Revolution

Chapter 3 – The American Revolution. Section Notes. Video. The Revolutionary War Begins Declaring Independence Patriots Gain New Hope Independence!. The Revolutionary War in the United States. Maps. Paul Revere’s Ride British Retreat from Boston Battles in the Middle Colonies

By santos
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7.4 The Patriots Gain New Hope

7.4 The Patriots Gain New Hope

7.4 The Patriots Gain New Hope. Goals What were Washington’s strategies at Trenton and Princeton? Why was the Battle of Saratoga a turning point in the war? How did foreign nations and individuals aid the Patriots? How did the Patriots carry out the naval war?. Victory in New Jersey.

By lita
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Moving Toward Independence

Moving Toward Independence

Moving Toward Independence. EQ: Why did the colonists draft a “declaration of independence”?. What new issues faced the Second Continental Congress? .

By adelio
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Chapter 4 – The Road to Independence

Chapter 4 – The Road to Independence

Chapter 4 – The Road to Independence. Section 4 – Fighting for Independence. The Siege of Boston. After the Battle of Lexington and Concord, 20,000 armed Patriots surrounded Boston, keeping the 6,000 British soldiers in the city. Patriots needed military equipment

By oren
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Author of the Declaration of Independence 3 rd President of the United States (1801-1809)

Author of the Declaration of Independence 3 rd President of the United States (1801-1809)

Author of the Declaration of Independence 3 rd President of the United States (1801-1809) Served in Virginia’s republican party Held position on Continental Congress Elected Governor Served on Virginia’s legislature Created a bill on Religious Freedom

By amelia
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Battle of Saratoga

Battle of Saratoga

Battle of Saratoga. Turning Point of the Revolutionary War. The British. General John Burgoyne and Sir William Howe-leading British troops Burgoyne in the North or Canada Howe in the South or New Jersey and New York City They wanted to cut off New England from the rest of America

By lavada
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Study Guide

Study Guide

Study Guide. Boycott - the refuse to buy goods from a person or place. Propaganda- Information designed and spread to influence opinion. “Bloody Massacre” “Common Sense”. Tariff- A tax on imported or exported goods. Smuggl e- to sneak into or out of a place illegally.

By jag
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Declaring Independence

Declaring Independence

Declaring Independence. Declaration of Independence Being Read to a Crowd. First Continental Congress. Sept. 1, 1774 Met for 4 months Did not aim for independence Agreed on = Non-Importation No exportation to England Repeal of Coercive Act Removal of troops.

By tegan
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Benedict Arnold

Benedict Arnold

Benedict Arnold. Studied Art at Canterbury * Lives in Norwich, Connecticut * Married Margaret Mansfield * Born on January 14, 1741. Benedict Arnold

By connie
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UNIT 1.5

UNIT 1.5

UNIT 1.5. BIRTH OF. AN ARMY. 52. How many colonial militiamen gathered around Boston after the Battles of Lexington and Concord?. Roughly 20,000 colonial militia gathered to surround the British in Boston. COLONIAL MAP OF BOSTON.

By tierra
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