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Second Continental Congress The second continental congress manged the clonal war effort. and moved towards independents.
Continental Army The army was formed by the second continental congress after the outbreak of the american revolutionary war by the colonist that became the united states of America.
George Washington George Washington was a American statesmen and solider who served as the first president.
Battle of Bunker Hill It was a battle that accord in 1775, the British won the battle against the Americans in Massachusetts.
impose To force something unwelcome or unfamiliar to be accepted or put in place.
Independence It means to have the freedom to do what you would like and not have a ruler or king tell you what to do.
policies A course or action adopted or proposed by a government, party government, business, or individual.
Olive Branch Petition It was a attempt to assert the rights of the colonist while maintain there loyalty to the British crown.
Thomas Paine He was a English American writer and pamphleteer.
Common Sense It challenged the authority of the British government and the royal monarchy.
Declaration of Independence It declared that the 13 colonies wanted freedom.
Thomas Jefferson He wrote the first draft of the Declaration of Independence.
natural rights Natural rights are rights you are born with such as pursuit of happiness.
fundamental rights They are defined as basic human freedoms.
Independence Day A day that represents the deceleration of independents and the birth of the U.S.A.
Patrick Henry was an American attorney, planter and orator well known for his declaration to the Second Virginia Convention.
The Preamble of the Declaration of Independence The truths that we hold to be self evident, that all men a created equal.
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