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document declaring independence for the 13 American colonies from Great Britain Declaration of Independence
colonial militia groups that could be ready to fight at a moments notice Minutemen
pamphlet that encouraged people to break away from Great Britain Common Sense
volunteer armies Militia
Patriot and writer who's pamphlet, Common Sense, was published in 1776 Thomas Paine
Second major battle of American Revolution on Breeds Hill...British won Battle of Bunker Hill
Battle of Lexington was won by British and Concord won by Americans...known as the shot heard around the world Battle of Lexington and Concord
army formed in 1775 by the Second Continental Congress and led by General George Washington Contintental Army
Rights you were born with including life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness Unalienable rights
a cause of distress Grievance
main writer of the Declaration of Independence, member of Continental Congress, and 3rd persident of US Thomas Jefferson
Nickname given to the British soldiers Redcoats
Created by: jaimevc99