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Lily–Social Studies

The Revolution Begins

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Loyalist A colonist who supported Great Britain in the American Revolution.
Patriot An American colonist who supported the fight for Independence.
John Hancock Patriot and President of the contentel Congress from 1775-1777.
Thomas Gage Commander of the Bitrish forces in North America during the American and Revolution.
William Dawes Patriot who rode with Paul Revere on Apil 18, 1775 to warn colonist that troops are coming.
Paul Revere Boston patriot and sliversmith who, on the night of April 18, 1775, warned the people of Lexicon that British troops are coming.
John Parker Patriot caption at the Battle of Lexicon on April 19 where the first shots of the American Revolutionary War started.
Ethan Allen Leader of the Green mountain boys the Vermont militiamen who captured Fort Ticonderoga.
Benedict Arnold Colonial general in the conentel army who leader became a trader to American Revolution.
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