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American

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George Washington Leader of the Contienital Army
Thomas Jefferson Wrote the Decloration of Independence
Thomas Paine Wrote the pamphlet
John Hancock First signer of the Decloration of Independence
Paul Revere Rode on the midnight ride
King George ||| King of England during the American Revolution
Battle of Yorktown The french navy blocked Yorktown harbor.
Battle of Saratoga The battle of saratoga was considered a turning point in the war.
Battle of Bunker hill Militia leaders chose to build a fort on bunker hill.
Battle of lexington and concord The British learned that patriots were storing gunpowder and cannons in Massachusetts
Taxes Were extra money the colonist had to pay to Britain, because king George wanted the money from the war.
Loyalist A colonist that is loyal to the king
Patriot A colonist that thinks the taxes and acts aren't fair
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