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Revolutionary War

Revolutionary War Study Guide

QuestionAnswer
What is the definition of inflation? a rise in prices of goods
Why was the first shot of the Revolutionary War called, “the shot heard round the world?” because it effected everybody
What is the Boston Massacre? On March 5th, 1770, one of the Patriots threw a snow ball then the British shot them and 5 died.
What is the Boston Tea Party? King George III made the tea act so the Patriots threw the tea in the water but didn’t hurt anyone.
What is the Battle of Bunker Hill On June 17, 1775, on Breeds Hill, the British soldiers went up there 3 times. 2 of the times, they lost because the Patriots were camping.
What was the Declaration of Independence? The declaration of independence talks about why they should get independence and their rights.
What were the three different parts of the Declaration of Independence? The introduction, the basic rights, charges against the King.
What is a Patriot? They are people against the king and don’t want to pay taxes.
What is a Loyalist? They are people who support the king.
What happened when they sign the Treaty of Paris? The US got an independence nation and got free from King George.
How were the rights of man and woman different during the revolutionary war? The man owned of their lives and their wives could not vote.
Imagine the world loyalist, what are some reasons you would agree with King George? I would get the text money from the patriots and other people.
Created by: amygerman