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American Revolution

Study guide for American Revolution Test on 2/6/2015

Army that was, at first, made up of untrained and undisciplined volunteers Continental
Led a surprise attack, after a series of defeats, against the Hessians on December 25, 1776 in Trenton, New Jersey. Washington
Along with Leger and Howe, planned to join forces in Albany, New York as part of Britain's strategy to cut off New England. Burgoyne
Began to give secret aid to the Americans in 1776 British
The _____________strongholds of Natchez and Baton Rouge were captured by the Spanish. French
Encouraged by the Americans, to help extend the war to the seas, to attack British merchant ships. Privateers
Rebel guerillas such as Francis Marion led attacks against the British and cut supply lines here. South
The last major battle of the war that ended when Cornwallis surrendered his force of about 8,000. Yorktown
Ended the war. Treaty of Paris
Addressed individual rights and liberties. state constitutions
September 5, 1781 Battle of the Capes
Washington and Rochambeau lead forces from this city New York
From Wilmington, Cornwallis traveled in this direction North
Led British forces from New York Graves and Hood
Month that the Battle of Yorktown occurred October
Created by: melinej