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American Revolution

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Group of me from Vermont who led a surprise attack on Fort Ticonderoga NY Green Mountain Boys
Army made up of men from all the colonies, led by George Washington. Continental Army
Letter sent to the king of England, asking him to repeal the Intolerable Acts. It was a last attempt at peace. Olive Branch Petition
Colonists who wanted independence from England. Patriots
Colonists who did not want to break away from England, they did not support the Revolution. Loyalists
The shutting off of ports to keep people from getting supplies. (Affective but slow) Blockade
Pamphlet written by Thomas Paine that urged the colonists to fight for independence. Common Sense
Document written by Thomas Jefferson that explained why the colonists were breaking away from England. (July 4th 1776) Declaration of Independence
Soldiers who are paid to fight for another country- German soldiers called Hessians fought for England. Mercenaries
A person who betrays their country or cause and helps the other side. (Benedict Arnold) Traitor
Act of surrounding an enemy position in a attempt to capture it. Siege
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