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3rd Grade History

Wilson Hall - 3rd Grade History - Gaining Independence

Before South Carolina was a colony it had eight _____. proprietors
In 1729 Carolina Colony was divided into _____ _____ and _____ _____. North Carolina and South Carolina
South Carolina and the twelve other colonies wanted to be _____ from England in 1776. independent
They began a war with Great Britain (England) called the _____ _____. Revolutionary War
The British decided to attack a fort on _____ _____ instead of Charles Town. Sullivan's Island
The ships became stuck on a sand bar and couldn't fire on the fort made of _____ logs. palmetto
During the battle the flag was shot down, but _____ _____ ______ put it back up. Sergeant William Jasper
During the war a _____ supported Great Britain and a _____ supported the Revolutionary War. loyalist and patriot
Francis Marion became known as the "_____ _____." Swamp Fox
The last major battle in South Carolina was at _____ _____. Eutaw Springs
The British were finally defeated by General George Washington and his men in _____, Virginia. Yorktown
South Carolina was now a _____, not a colony. state
the owners of the Carolina Colony proprietors
free from the rule of another independent
a person who supported Great Britain during the Revolutionary War loyalist
a person who supported independence for the American Colonies during the Revolutionary War patriot
Who put the flag back on top of the fort on Sullivan's Island? Sergeant William Jasper
Who was nicknamed the "Swamp Fox" by the British? Francis Marion
Who defeated the British at Yorktown, Virginia? General George Washington
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