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American Revolution

People Quiz 2 irvine

King Louis XVI King of France who resisted to openly help colonies until Saratoga
Marquis de Lafayette French noble, helped train American soldiers, friend of Washington
Mary Ludwig Hayes Molly Pitcher, rumored to have helped Patriots fire a cannon in battle
Betsy Ross rumored to have sewn first American flag
Peter Salem black minuteman, fought at Lexington & Concord as well as Bunker Hill
Bernardo de Galvez governor of Spanish Louisiana, aided patriots against Britain
John Paul Jones Hero naval commander for Patriots, captured a powerful British warship
Sir Henry Clinton Placed in charge of southern colonial military affairs for British
Nathanael Greene Placed in charge of Southern Patriot Army after Gates flees.
Daniel Morgan Wins the battle of Cowpens
Created by: irvinebr