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Am. History 1

U2L2 People, Events, and Documents Vocabulary

American Revolution the war between England and the 13 original colonies
Battle of Saratoga the first major victory for the Continental Army.
Battle of Yorktown the final battle of the American Revolution
Battles of Lexington and Concord the first battles of the American Revolution, which became known as the "shot heard" round the world.
Boston Massacre the event where a group of English soldiers shot their guns into a crowd of colonists killing several of them.
Boston Tea Party the even where a group of colonists dressed up as Native Americans and threw England's tea into the Boston Harbor.
Continental Army America's army during the Revolutionary War
Declaration of Independence the document which said America was now its own country.
George Washington the leader of the Continental Army.
Loyalists Americans that were against the war and wanted America to continue to be controlled by England.
Patriots Americans that supported the war and wanted America to be its own country.
Treaty of Paris document which said America was finally free from England.
Created by: ladyg747