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Be able to describe 4 complaints you would have against the king and his actions if you were a colonist during the american revolution 1Forcing us to house soldiers from the British army 2.cutting off out trades with other countries and colonies 3.forcing us to pay taxes with out representation 4.attacking our ships,towns and people
who was the leader of the congenital army George Washington
What marked the official end of the american revolution the treaty of paris
who was the colonial leader that gained the support of the french Benjamin franklin
what did the colonists believe was the purpose of the government to protect individual rights
who published common sense thomas Paine
when the king declared war on the colonists what right was being taken away from them life liberty and pursuit of happiness
what document was adopted on july 4th 1776 to unify the colonies the declaration of independence
who was the main author of the declaration of independence thomas Jefferson
what governing body established to unify the colonies 2nd continental congress
what document did the 2nd continental congress send to Britain as an attempt for peace olive branch petition
what document was a direct outcome of the 2nd continental congress the publication of comment sense
what right
what right is being taken away from the colonists when they cannot have any right to a jury trial like the citizens of England equality
why was the battle of saratoga a turning point in the american revolution it persuaded France to give military assistance to americans
what was the last major battle of the american revolution battle of Yorktown
what was the role of the french at the battle of Yorktown the french navy blockaded the harbor to cut of british supplies
because of the harsh conditions at the battle of valley forge colonial solders were able to train to become better soldiers and laid confidence
what role could woman not do during the american revolution serve as government leaders
with group supported the British during the revolution because they thought they would get their land back Native americans
witch group supported the colonists because they thought they would gain freedom
what was the most important outcome of the treaty of paris regarding the land it defined the u.s. borders
what countries signed the treaty of paris in 1783 u.s. and Britain
what did England agree to in the treaty of paris recognize the u.s. as an independent country
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