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Revolutionary War CP

8th Grade

Battle of Saratoga Turning point of the American Revolution.
Battle of Yorktown Decisive battle of the American Revolution. The U.S. wins independence from Great Britain.
Lexington and Concord First Battles of the American Revolution
Loyalists Colonists who support England and the King.
Patriots Colonists who support independence from Great Britian.
George Washington Commander of the Continental Army. Defeated the British at Yorktown.
Lord Cornwallis Leader of British Army that surrendered at Yorktown.
Valley Forge Harsh winter that Washington and his men endured.
The Crisis A series of phamplets that encouraged colonists to keep fighting.
Treaty of Paris 1783 Agreement that ended the American Revolution.
Marquis de Lafayette A French nobleman that offered his aid and money to help the American cause.
Created by: Bakerclassroom on 2011-10-17

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