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After the Battle of Bunker Hill, what did the British realize? That defeating the Americans was not going to be easy.
Where was the first battle of the Revolutionary War? Lexington
Who was discussed in the Declaration of Independence? Men
What philosopher influenced the Declaration of Independence? John Locke
Ammunition and Guns were in what city? Concord
What did Paul Revere warn Sam Adams about? That the British were coming
What principles (ideas) appear in the Declaration of Independence? Life, liberty and the pursuit of Happiness
What men were on the committee that wrote the Declaration of Independence? J.Adams, T. Jefferson, B. Franklin, R.Livingston and R. Sherman
The introduction to a formal document is called preamble
Where did the Second Continental Congress meet Philadelphia
Olive Branch petition set by the Colonists to the King as a last resort for peace.
Those who sided with Britain Loyalists
Patriots supported the war
Minutemen soldiers ready to fight at moment's notice.
How many men gathered in Phillly? 55
The Declaration of Independence was adopted on what date? July 4th, 1776
There are how many sections in the Declaration of Independence? Four
German troops were called? Hessians
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