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second continental congress they met in 1775 they organized the continental army and appointed a committee to draft the declaration of independence
continental army created to fight against Britain in a more organized way than the colonial militias during the revolution
George Washington he was selected to command the continental army by the second continental congress.
battle of bunker hill a battle won by the British mearly on a hill
impose force of inflict
independence a historic city west from Missouri
policies a corse of actions proposed by government
olive branch petition a petition sent from congress to the king to protect their rights and desire peace
Thomas Paine Author of a pamphlet called common sense in 1776
common sense A pamphlet written by Thomas Paine stating the colonists had the rights to be an independent country and argued it was common sense
Thomas Jefferson he was chosen by the second continental congress to write the declaration of independence
Declaration of Independence a document recording the proclemation of the second continental congress asserting the independence of the colonies from Britain
natural rights rights given when born
fundamental rights
independence day
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