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American revolution

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Which group were wealthy older merchants Loyalist
Which groups were land owners Loyalist
Which battle did british learn that the colonist were storing gunpowder and cannons Battle of Lexington and Concord
leader of continental army George Washington
Thomas Jefferson Wrote The Declaration Of Independance
Second President of The United States John Adams
Thomas Paine Wrote The Pamphlet called " Common Sense "
Battle of bunker hill Militia leaders chose to build a fort on bunker hill and the hill gave them advantages.
Battle of Yorktown The French Navy blocked Yorktown harbor
Declaration of independance To explain to foreign nations why the colonies want to seperate from britain
First Signer Of The Declaration of independance John Hancock
Paul Revere Rode on the midnight ride to warn the patriots
King George the third King of England during the Revolutionary war
Benjamin Franklin a printer, writer, inventor, scientist, and publisher
Patrick Henry Wrote an angry speech against the stamp act
Samuel Adams Leader of the Sons of Liberty
Lord Dunmore a loyalist governor of Virginia
Mercy otis Warren a patriot writer that wrote plays and poems supporting independence
which side shot the first shot of the battle of Lexington and concord no one knows
In concord the british made british retreat back to Boston
what two patriots rode on horseback paul revere
Patriot Highly educated and wealthy farmers
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