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CH.7 test: S.S

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what were privateers? Who did they attack during the war? A privately owned american ship that had been granted permission by the wartime government to attack British merchant supply ships.
what was the continental army? what type of soldiers made up the continental army at the beginning of the war? part-time fighters who were untrained and undisciplined at the start of the revolutionary war
What rights did the new state constitution address after the close of the revolutionary war? new rights and liberties for individuals
The last major battle of war happened where? what happened? Yorktown a peninsula)... the american and french surrounded the British 8,000 troops surrendered
who was the american naval officer who defeated the British warships serapis? John Paul Jones
what was the Treaty of Paris? the treaty that officially ended the war
where did Francis Marion lead attacks against the British and supply lines? francis marion and the guerilla fighters lead attacks against the british in the south
Who were the 3 generals who were suppose to meet in Albany, New York? What did they want to accomplish John Burgoyne, Barry St. Leger, General Howe. They wanted to cut off new england from the rest of the colonies
who were the hessian mercenaries? soldiers from hesse, germany who were hired and paid to fight for the british
What did Lafayette volunteer to do? He volunteered to serve in washingtons army
Who commanded the continental army? george washington
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