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Said, "Give me liberty or give me death"; freedom is worth dying for; favored an individual's rights Patrick Henry
Sons of Liberty (disguised as Mohawks) boarded British ships and dumped tea a protest to Tea Act Boston Tea Party
Frenchman who aided troops at Valley Forge by supplying clothing Marquis de Lafayette
From Spain, Correspondent to the founding fathers in the American Revolution Bernardo de Galvez
African American spy during the American Revolution James Armistead
African-American who was the first to die in the Boston Massacre Crispus Attucks
Patriot Writer, First female historian of the American Revolution Mercy Otis Warren
Inventor, discoverer of electricity, negotiated peace treaty with France Benjamin Franklin
Polish born, Jewish Immigrant that helped finance the American Revolution, Arrested by the British for being a spy Haym Salomon
Commander of the American troops during the Revolution; 1st President George Washington
King of England during the American Revolution King George III
Took a stance for women's rights in letters to her husband during the American Revolution Abigail Adams
Wrote Common Sense (people should rule themselves, not ruled by a King) & wrote "The Crisis" to encourage troops Thomas Paine
Leader of the Sons of Liberty in Boston Samuel Adams
Wrote the Declaration of Independence; Anti Federalist Thomas Jefferson
Last battle of the American Revolution where Lord Cornwallis surrendered to George Washington Yorktown
Washington's starving, poorly equipped troops trained here during freezing winter Valley Forge
First battles of the American Revolution; the "Shot Heard Round the World" Lexington & Concord
'Turning point in the American Revolution; the 1st time that it looked like the Americans would win Saratoga
Rights that all people are born with; life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness Inalienable (Unalienable) Rights
Treaty that ended the American Revolution Treaty of Paris
1763, A law that prohibited colonists from settling west of the Appalachian Mts. The Proclamation Line
Slogan of colonial grievance due to paying $ without consent Taxation without representation
Listed the reasons that the U.S, was officially overthrowing the British Rule: written in 1776 Declaration of Independence
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