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Unit 4 History Quiz

What did the American Revolutionary War begin with? The revolutionary war began with Lexington and Concord.
What was the outcome of the Battle of Bunker Hill? The British won the Battle of Bunker Hill and
What was the response of King George III to the Declaration of the Causes and Necessity of Taking up Arms? He declared the colonies to be "open and avowed enemies."
Who was the author of "Common Sense" and "The Crisis?" Thomas Paine
Who was the main author of the Declaration of Independence? Thomas Jefferson
Who were the grievances stated in the Declaration of Independence to? King George III
What happened in the year 1776? Common Sense and The Crisis was published andthe Declaration of Independence was approved,
Washington had a surprise victory Christmas night of 1776, where was it? Trenton
What are some things about the turning point of the war? It was at Saratoga, It forced Burgoyne to surrender 10/17/1777. The French started to enter the war on America's side.
What was the turning point of war for the south? 10/7/1780, Americans defeated the British at King's Mountain.
What British general surrendered to Washington at Yorktown, VA? Cornwallis
What officially ended the American Revolutionary War? Treaty of Paris
What was the main failing of British defeat? Political relationship with the colonies
What was America's victory in the war? Independence from Britain
What was the result of the war? The colonies had independence. Britian kept Canada, and became very weak.
What was America society like after the war? New individual constitutions were written, property qualifications were lowered, southern development was encouraged.
Where did Thomas Paine write "Tis time to part?" Common Sense
Where did Thomas Paine write "These are the times that try men's souls?" The Crisis
What did Daniel Boone do? Carved Wilderness Road in 1775
What happened with the Articles of Confederation? Had 1 vote, congress could declare war but they didn't have any tax power, took more than a year to approve/develop.
Created by: csyd
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