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SGRAC PALS Revolutio

PALS Revolution

Georgian who signed the Declaration of Independence Button Gwinnett
Georgian who signed the Declaration of Independence Lyman Hall
Georgian who signed the Declaration of Independence George Walton
Document that reserved all lands west of the Mississippi River for Indians Proclamation of 1763
Document that stated colonies were free of British control; signed July 4, 1776 Declaration of Independence
colonists who wanted to remain under British rule Loyalists
colonists who wanted independence from Great Britain Patriots
taxed all paper goods Stamp Act
laws to punish the colonists for the Boston Tea Party Intolerable Acts
Patriot heroine who held Tory soldiers at gunpoint Nancy Hart
African-American soldier at Battle of Kettle Creek Austin Dabney
Georgian who led patriot forces at the Battle of Kettle Creek Lieutenant Colonel Elijah Clarke
Battle that gave patriot forces ammunition and supplies Battle of Kettle Creek
Battle that was patriot defeat; over 1000 patriot soldiers died in first hour; town remained under British rule Siege of Savannah
Georgia’s first constitution Georgia's Constitution of 1777
First United States (federal) constitution Articles of Confederation
Georgian that helped to write the new constitution Abraham Baldwin
Georgian that helped to write the new constitution William Few
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