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Unit 3 Review

Unit 3 Review study game

What year did the French build Fort Duquesne? 1754
Created the Albany Plan, Benjamin Franklin
Ended the French and Indian War, Treaty of Paris 1763
Added to the Constitution to convince the Anti-Federalists to support the Constitution Bill of Rights
Most active in the Sons and Daughters of Liberty, Samuel Adams
Led the Confederate Army, George Washington
Drafted by colonists demanding independence from the tyranny of Britain, Declaration of Independence
Signified that America was now an independent nation, Treaty of Paris 1783
First battle vs British in the Revolutionary War Battle of Lexington and Concord
Rebellion led by Daniel Shays because of unfair treatment of debtors Shay’s Rebellion
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