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Loyalist Was someone who was still loyal to the king.
neutral Means to not take sides.
inflation A rise in the prices of goods.
retreat Means to move away from the enemy.
mercenary Is a soldier who is paid to fight for a foreign country.
victory Is the defeat of an enemy.
strategy Is a plan of action.
traitor Is someone who is not loyal.
surrender Means to give up.
Independence means freedom from being ruled by someone else.
Declaration means a statement that declares or announces an idea.
Rights are freedom that are protected by a government's laws.
Treason the crime of fighting against one's own government.
Joseph Brant in 1775 Brant went to Britain and met King George.
King George III was the king of Britain.
Thomas Paine used the written word to argue for independence.
George Washington Was the first president of united states.
Benjamin Franklin He was there when the Declaration of independence.
John Adams Argued strongly for independence.
Patrick Henry Bold, persuasive speeches by Patrick Henry moved colonists toward independence.
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