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Social Studies pg262

Vocabulary Words of My Social Studies Book

Freedom from being ruled by someone else. Independence
Statement that declares or announces an idea. Declaration
Freedom that is protected by the government's laws. Rights
The crime of fighting against one's own government. Treason
Someone who is still loyal to the king. Loyalist
To not take sides. Neutral
A rise in the the prices of goods. Inflation
Thomas Paine Made the document "Common Sense"
Patrick Henry The man who made the statement "Give me liberty or give me death!" he was also a very bold speaker.
Thomas Jefferson He made the Declaration of Independence. He was also a president.
John Hancock he was the president of the congress
Retreat To move away from the enemy.
Victory To defeat the enemy,
Mercenary A soldier who is paid to fight for a foreign country.
Strategy A plan of action.
Traitor Someone who not loyal.
Surrender To give up.
Treaty of Paris The English and the Patriots made a treaty that was freedom from the British.
The Revolutionary War The war that gave us freedom.
Benedict Arnold He betrayed the Patriot because he wanted to fight for the British.
Bernardo de Galvez Spanish general captured British forts near the Gulf of Mexico.
Created by: Dylan2002