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American Revolution

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George Washington Leader of the Continental
Thomas Jefferson Wrote the Declaration of Independence
John Adams Second President of the United States
Thomas Paine Wrote the pamphlet called Common Sense
John Hancock First signer of the Declaration of Independence
Paul Revere Rode on the Midnight Ride to warn Patriots
King George lll King of England during the American Revolution
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 in Boston
Lord Munmore A Loyalist governor of Virginia
Mercy Otis Warren A Patriot writer that wrote plays and poems supporting independence
Loyalist wealthy, older merchants, rich landowners, religious leaders, and governors appointed by King George lll; were loyal to Britain, 1/5 of the colonist
Patriot Highly educated and wealthy farmers, mechanics, homemakers, shopkeepers, merchants, and lawyers; angry about British taxes goods; thought independence would bring more freedom and riches to the colonies; 2/5 of the colonies.
The Battle of Lexington and Concord The British learned that the Patriots were storing gunpowder and cannons in Concord, Massachusetts. They sent soldiers to destroy the supplies. The British reached Lexington just before sunrise. They were met by a small group of minutemen. The British tol
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