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American Revolution

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Who was the leader of the Continental army? George Washington
Who was the second president of the United States? John Adams
Who wrote the pamphlet called Common Sense? Thomas Paine
Who was the 1st signer of the Declaration of Independence? John Hancock
Who rode on horseback to alert the Patriots the British were coming? Paul Revere
Who was the king of England during the American Revolution? King George lll
Who was a printer, writer, inventor, scientist, and publisher? Benjamin Franklin
Who wrote an angry speech about the stamp act? Patrick Henry
Who was the leader of the Sons of Liberty? Samuel Adams
Who was the loyalist governor of Virginia? Lord Dunmore
Which Patriot writer wrote plays and poems on independence? Mercy Otis Warren
What was the purpose of the Declaration of Independence? To explain to foreign nations why they wanted to be free.
What were the rights of the Declaration of Independence? All people are the same and should have their right to life, Liberty, and pursuit of happiness.
what was the battle of Lexington and Concord? The British figured out that Patriots were collecting gunpowder and cannons at Concord, Massachusetts. They sent soldiers to destroy the supplies. The British were at Lexington before sunrise. They were found by a group of minutemen. The British
Created by: cjw2003