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American Revolution

Test On Thursday

George Washington Leader of the continental army
Thomas Jefferson Wrote The Deceleration Of Independence
Thomas Paine Wrote the pamphlet common sense
John Hancock First signer of the deceleration of independence
Paul Reveere Rode on the midnight ride to warn the patriots
King George 3 King of England during American revolution
Ben Franklin A printer, writer. scientist, publisher, inventor
Patrick Henry Wrote an angry speech against the stamp act
Sam Adams Leader on sons in liberty in Boston
Lord Dunnamore A Loyalist Governor of Virginia
Mercy Otis Warren A Patriot that wrote plays and poems supporting independence
John Adams Second Prez of US
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