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American Revolution

American Revolutionary War: Part 1

appointed commander of Patriot troops George Washington
was killed at Quebec Richard Montgomery
was slowed down by sickness and bad weather in Montreal on the way to Quebec Richard Montgomery
proposed that Congress declare independence Richard Henry Lee
What two leaders and their men ran out of food on their way to Quebec? Benedict Arnold and Ethan Allen
brought ammunition to be used in battle for Boston Henry Knox
wrote the Declaration of Independence Thomas Jefferson
was wounded at Quebec Benedict Arnold
Where was Benedict Arnold headed to when his riverboats leaked? Quebec
Where was ammunition brought from to be used in the battle for Boston? Ft. Ticonderoga
Chandeliers were used to form a barrier against the British at the battle for....... Boston
The Provincial Congress declared a day of prayer and fasting after the loss of which battle? Quebec
Who won the battle for Quebec? British
Who won the battle for Boston? Patriots (Americans)
How did Henry Knox get the ammunition and cannons from Ft. Ticonderoga to Boston? on sleds
Who did not vote at all for independence? New York
How many colonies voted in favor of independence? 12
What was attached to the front of the chandeliers? barrels of stones
Which two commanders worked together to take Ft Ticonderoga and then again later at Quebec? Benedict Arnold and Ethan Allen
How did George Washington begin his day? with prayer time
List at least 3 things George Washington did that made him a good military leader. (1) Organized his staff; (2) Replaced officers who could not do the job; (3 )Ordered training exercises; (4) Rode among his soldiers; (5) Punished those who disobeyed
List at least 3 things George Washington did that might prove he was a Christian? (1) Directed soldiers to fear God, go to church, and not use curse words; (2) Practiced Christian virtues; (3) Respected God's Word; (4) Maintained a daily prayer life
What problems did Patriot troops encounter on their way to Quebec? (1) Riverboats leaked; (2) Icy rapids damaged boats more; (3) Rain raised river to 10 feet; (4) Ran out of food (Some men even ate candles!)
Name four reasons the Declaration of Independence was important. (1) Stated reasons for rebelling; (2) Listed 27 wrongs by King George III; (3) Explained how the new nation would be governed; (4) Stated that the colonists stood together, united
Name the six battles we've studies do far in the order they took place, and the winner of each. B=British/A=American (1) Lexington (B); (2) Concord (A); (3) Ft. Ticonderoga (A); (4) Bunker Hill (B); (5) Quebec (B); (6) Boston (A)
Created by: jcpylant
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