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S.S. Ch. 9

5th Grade Social Studies-Ch. 9 Test

Patriots Loyal to America
Loyalists Loyal to Britian
British blockades at American Ports caused shortages of goods in the colonies during the American Revolution
Main reason African Americans fought in the American Revolution they were promised freedom
Which sides did Native Americans choose during the American Revolution? some chose a side, but others stayed neutral and didn't choose a side
turning point an event that causes an important change
Battle of Saratoga a turning point for the Patriots during the American Revolution
country that supported the Americans France
Where did the British hope to finally defeat the colonists? Southern Colonies
Treaty of Paris ended the Revolutionary War
ordinance a set of laws
How did women help during the Revolutionary War? -They brought water and supplies -They fought in battles -They wrote about the war
How did the French help the outcome of the Revolutionary War? -Supported American with soldiers, officers, and ships -Helped Americans defeat the British at Yorktown
Yorktown's Location made it easy for the Americans and French to circle around the British
Land Policies for Native Americans in the Northwest Territories -Native Americans lost their land -Some tribes fought the Americans
How did people view slavery after the Revolutionary War? People wanted to have the right to life and liberty -- it made some people want to stop slavery
Who is the illustrator of The Boston Massacre? Paul Revere
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