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Section 4-1&4-2

American Revolution

Battle of Bunker Hill battle won by the British but proved the colonists could take them on
Continental Army army created by 2nd Continental Congress to carry out the fight against Britain
Continental Congress gathering of colonial leaders or delegates
Declaration of Rights list of concerns which KG3 refused to address
George WA Virginian who commanded the Continental Army
minutemen members of civilian volunteer militia
olive branch petition signed by the delegates to pursue peace
patriots colonists who chose to fight for independence
redcoats British soldiers wearing red uniforms
Samuel Prescott warned citizens of concord about the british after revere was jailed
Declaration of Independence document that formally announced colonie's seperation from Britain
New England north eastern region of US (maine, vermont, mass., conneticut, and R.I)
Thomas Paine author of the common sense, wrote that citizens, not monarchs, should make laws
Created by: IzzyMarie.13