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America Revolution

TermDefinition
Someone's point of view of an event Bias
Who Fought in the French and Indian War Great Britain against the French
What was a result of the Americans winning Saratoga French enters war on American side
Benjamin Franklin's plan to organize and untie colonies during the French and Indian War Albany Plan of Union
What are 3 unalienable rights listed in the Declaration of Independence Life, Liberty, Pursuit of Happiness
Jamestown, Virginia Settled 1607
Commander in Chief of the Continental Army George Washington
Peace Treaty that ended French and Indian War Treaty of Paris, 1763
English King during the American Revolution King George III
Conflict over who rules the Ohio River Valley French and Indian War
Supported the Colonies Patriot
Supported the King Loyalists
Last attempt at peace with King George Olive Branch Petition
Convinced France to join the Americans in the American Revolution Benjamin Franklin
"Shot heard around the world" Lexington/Concord
Colonists Response to Tea Act Boston Tea Party
Colonists' name for the Coercive Acts Intolerable Acts
First major battle of American Revolution Battle of Bunker Hill
Declaration of Independence signed 1776
Turning point battle of American Revolution Battle of Saratoga
Peace treaty that ended the American Revolution Treaty of Paris, 1783
Document informing the world of American Liberty Declaration of Independence
Colonists were forbidden to settle west of an imaginary line along the crest of the Appalachian Mountains Proclamation of 1763
Redcoats shot 5 Boston citizens Boston Massacre
Examples of English Taxation Sugar Act, Tea Act, Stamp Act, etc.
"No Taxation without Representation" American Revolution
Founder of the "Sons of Liberty" Samuel Adams
Tobacco, Rum, Molasses, Slaves Products of the Triangles Trade
Rights that no man can take away Unalienable Rights
Author of Common Sense and The Crisis Thomas Paine
British response to the Boston Tea Party Coercive Acts
Primary Author of the Declaration of Independence Thomas Jefferson
Cornwallis and British surrender at Yorktown
Created by: sanjacinto