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4th Grade-Important People of the American Revolution

He was from Massachusetts, wrote a letter encouraging cooperation from the colonies, and he helped write the Articles of Confederation. Samuel Adams
He was an American silversmith, and is famous for yelling "the British are coming" during the Battle of Lexington and Concord. Paul Revere
He was the first President of the United States, was the commander-in-chief of the Continental Army, and helped write the Constitution. George Washington
He was an attorney, was the Governor of Virginia twice, and was famous for saying "Give me Liberty or give me death." Patrick Henry
Was the leader of Great Britain, was involved with many military conflicts all over the world, and was accused of keeping the war going with the colonies even though many in Parliament did not agree. King George III
Created by: jrich2003